New Kings Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today we were to leave Hermanus after a really relaxing 5 days.
We were up and said goodbye to everyone who had come to breakfast (JT hadn't seen his mum in 3 years and his eldest sister lives in Atlanta so it was quite an emotional time.) we packed all our bags into Sarah's car (she very kindly offered to give us a lift to Cape Town as she lives there and was heading home which was handy) and set off.
The drive ...
Bags are almost packed, batteries are charged, cabling has been sorted out, money, very importantly, has been stashed. Today is last minute running around, going to work, saying farewell,having a celebratory drink, sleeping, and then waking up to get a cab to the airport for the first leg of the trip! ...
... Nike runners just for the occasion), which again was pretty cool. Fortunately my Achilles did ok over the 5 but I knew it wouldn't make the 21....Bummer! So Sian, Katrina, Bernie, Chris and myself supported the boys from the sideline on Easter Saturday just after Chapmans Peak at the 38km mark, always interesting watching thousands of runners after a bloody long run up a bloody big hill :) Pito and Joey did up a race report for their Tri club newsletter which he has attached ...
... The boats to Robben Island and other impressive looking yachts docked here and there were lots of restaurants with outside dining areas. It was also a good opportunity for Tom to get his monthly haircut. We came across a barber with a ‘British pub’ design and fitted right in. We really enjoyed the live music that was on during the day and evenings in the bars. There was a particularly good live band one afternoon and ...
... took a walk most of the way round until we had a flip-flop disaster and that was our cue to leave! The Waterfront was our next stop, definitely our kind of place wine flowing in restaurants on the waters edge, unfortunately we are backpackers not millionaires so bagels rather than paella. We hopped back on the bus round the side of the cape and discovered Cliffton, we will both have holiday houses there one day. ...