The Palm Garden Hotel
Travel Blogs from Sea Point
... hard. In a straight line with a smooth take off we were up in the air. I've never experienced anything like this and couldn't believe how peaceful it was up there. Inbetween Wayne getting me to pose for the shots I was just staring over the city and back at those beautiful jaw-dropping mountain views.
He took us over the sea and said it was time to have some fun and I found myself being turned upside-down and side to side which really was a lot ...
Lashing rain this morning. Even had to slum it and have breakfast inside the restaurant rather than the terrace. Life is so hard sometimes. As it appears there is not much to do in Cape Town when it rains. (There probably is really but prefer to see the city as the multicultural gem that at is rather than learn about the horrific past that it's ...
used the Blue Line and were able to go around Hout Bay and Mariner's
Wharf and brought back some memories when we first visited Capetown.
This trip clearly reminded us of our friend's Anton and Hannetjie and
their kids Tanya and Ewald who also lived here.
completing our route on the Blue Line Bus, we went back to the
Victoria and Alfred Wharf, and had a sampling of some South African
food and beer. Apart from good food and good ...
... heads that were being cooked by the women of Langa (I politely refused) and the beer that was being brewed in the tiny shabene. We also were able to shop for souvenirs at their craft fair, where they sold pottery, jewelry, paintings, etc. all handmade by local members of the township. One of the interesting facts about Langa was that it has one of the lowest crime rates in the city because, in the township, when someone ...
... into the recipient and where the heart was taken out of the chest of the donor. There were also letters and drawings from many children and adults criticizing Barnard and also loving everything about him. One of my favorite letters was from a girl who broke her neck during gymnastics and was paralyzed and wrote to Barnard using her mouth. At the end of the documentary about his life, Barnard explained that death is easy to explain - it's the same for everyone - but ...
Other places to stay in Sea Point
Sea Point, Sea Point | 3 star hotelfrom $78
Cape Of Good Hope, Sea Point | Hotelfrom $31
Cnr Gordan Hood & Hendrik Verwoerd Avenues, Centurion, Pretoria, 0046, Sea Point | 3 star hotelfrom $39
Barkly Road no 9, Sea Point | 4 star hotelfrom $69
8 Oliver Road, Sea Point | 3 star hotelfrom $60
Sea Point, Sea Point | 2 star hotelfrom $78