Primi Seacastle Guest House
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... ever. I get why there is a sales office at the airport but who the hell does that? Of course there were two Kulula counters one of which was filled with employees who weren't doing anything and they sent me to the one with a huge queue with some dizzy girl buying a ticket for same day travel. The other people holding up the line were from Russia and their travel agent booked them a ticket that apparently Kulula didn't know existed.....oh my.
... other. We eventually returned to the ship where we had to queue for a brief face to face immigration examination by South African officials. We had our passports returned to us for the last time. Erica and I both agree that of all the cities we have visited, Cape Town was the most beautiful and photogenic of them all, beating San Francisco and Sydney. I know that we were conservative in what we did and kept to the safe areas and that there is a lot of poverty and violent crime, ...
... leather with leather soles and comfortable insoles. Shami found two beautiful classic pairs. And great prices too! Unfortunately i didn't find any that fit and it takes 3-4 days to make. It's a shame we didn't stumble I'm earlier this week. We then quickly changed in the guest house and went to Miller's Thumb for dinner (2nd time this wk). You just cannot beat the seafood there. It is the best!! We had oysters, grilled calamari (truly the best!), and Malay Kingklip ...
... the area. Audible gasps. Zut alors! There's a queue you know.
Terribly sorry Frenchies. Only have a couple of minutes. Don't have time.
They're moaning. Their guide is moaning. It's just not cricket you know.
Merci et au revoir.
So that's it. Quick as a flash. All a bit rushed.
Cape to Cape.
I've done it.
... a coffee, we sat and messed around on wifi and were just about to leave when they turned up and we all headed to V&A Waterfront, Laura and I in search of seafood. And bloody hell did we find it; not only did we find some amazing seafood, it was on a lunch special; 3 courses for 170R (~£12!). Laura and I split to starters; tempura prawns on an aubergine, guacamole and rocket base and calamari which were both absolutely delicious. ...