The Palm Garden Hotel
Travel Blogs from Sea Point
... up throughout the day. Once we got to the shallows as they call it, it didn't take long to see sharks! Once of the first sharks provided the best show. He came straight up from the bottom, grabbed the bait, and took off with it. It was something to see! They Had people saying left/right/bait/decoy to call out where the sharks were, but since this one came from the bottom, it couldn't be spotted. Very cool. The whole trip actually seemed a lot safer than it sounded, I am ...
... my amazing weekend. Driving back to muizenberg I was feeling like I was driving back to reality... Can't even imagine what coming home to australia will feel like in 4 weeks time. We drove past a massive township when it was dark and it was so amazing to look at. It just went on forever and was so dark except the huge street lights that looked so tall compared to the tiny shacks. Carl just turned up to pick me up for Monday childcare! S excited, I've missed my kids this weekend ...
... he had ever been told about N.M. was that he was a terrorist...someone to be feared. He told us a story about a former district 6 resident he met (who we also had the chance to meet) and how that encounter was the first time it was clear in his mind that all he had believed to that point was wrong. How in that moment he saw this man as a human being, someone who should be shown compassion and understanding. It brought him to ...
Muizenberg is a cute little suburb of Cape Town known as a top surfing destination. So if you can imagine, this was definitely Fernando's idea and
We stayed at this old B&B called, Grand Ev, located a stones throw from the beach. The location was perfect for what we wanted to do, however, the accommodations, not so much. The old Victorian converted to a B&B was run by two much older white women and a young, fit black man.
... 10, us to another room and Rich to downstairs. After umming and arring about it for weeks, Rich booked his flight home at 2 that morning and off he went, with some hugs and farewells.
At 1 we had finally decided we were going to get a taxi to a mall so we could get some sushi for lunch. But we annoyingly chose the up-market mall in Cape Town and were faced with 2 choices of sushi restaurant, both the same if not more expensive ...
Other places to stay in Sea Point
Sea Point, Sea Point | 3 star hotelfrom $78
Corner Main & frere Road, Sea Point , Sea Point | 3 star hotelfrom $39
Cape Of Good Hope, Sea Point | Hotelfrom $31
9 Barkly Road, Sea Point | 4 star hotelfrom $69
8 Oliver Road, Sea Point | 3 star hotelfrom $60
Sea Point, Sea Point | 2 star hotelfrom $78