Protea Hotel Dorpshuis
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This was the best meal provided so far on the trip ...
... and gives magnificent views over Capetown. It had looked beautiful last night all lit up! Having now decided there was no chance of going up table mountain and having been on the London Eye I made the very big mistake of thinking it would be good to go on the Cape Eye!! Mother was not that excited but I persuaded her not to be a wimp!!! Well it was awful equally as scary as any cable car!!!! The first revolution had us sitting on the ...
... me, and had ended up getting really quite drunk with a large group of people. However the day I went, there were only three of us, myself and a middle aged couple from Sweden, who were more interested in tracking down good wine. In the end it was a really good day out, visiting five different vineyards and sampling quite a few different wines.
That evening I met some South African students in a bar (Stellenbosch is a big university town) and had a few drinks with ...
... ours! The sun was shining so we headed straight out to Camps Bay, where we grabbed our sun beds and basked. There was a strange smell that occasionally wafted past, somewhere between dog poo and rotten fish. We couldn't see anything immediately around us and put it down to seaweed. The wind got up, but we didn't let that put us off and stayed put until lunchtime. Lunch consisted of a bottle of wine and a bit ...
Bye bye Stellenbosch. We left in convoy, Tracey and myself. Wayne leading to the highway. I have to add, once I had packed, I post my car key, I hunted high and low. I panicked inside, trying to be calm on the outside. I turned my bag upside down, convinced it was hiding in there. The young lady who works at the B&B came to help. She emptied my bag, we looked everywhere. 3rd time lucky, in the lining of my bag, snug as a bug sat the keys! Shoooo! ...