- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Business Services
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... of minced beef and ostrich called bobotic. All was very delicious.
We bade farewell to David and hit the hay. Weather for the next few days is supposed to be cloudy and rainy, but definitely no complaints from us. We have had tremendous weather to date.
Likely off to Simon's Town tomorrow to explore the Cape of Good Hope.
... cruise ship and one wooden boat.
We’ve taken 18 different flights on a variety of airlines. Some we would absolutely recommend and others we are very glad to never take again!
We have been passengers on 8 different trains.
We have slept in 88 different Hotels. These have come in all different shapes and sizes and certainly there are some parts of Europe where you get a lot more for your money ...
... language of South Africa which was beautiful.
On my birthday we wnt to see hodes memorial at Devil's Peak which offers a panoramic view of the Cape Flats. This is a memorial built in 1912 to Cecil John Rhodes (guy I mentioned in another blog who brought the squirrels from the US). Rhodes was an English born South African poltician and a very influential person for South Africa in terms of its ...
... was seated in less than 15 minutes. Also, when I was seated, I was trying to connect to wifi since I wanted to text my classmates (since I don’t have a phone plan) but was having trouble so the employees were very kind and allowed me to walk away from my table to get them. I was really surprised because in the US, most restaurants don’t want to seat you unless your party is fully there as they do not want the tables not ...
... set out for a bus group that had just walked in, who were busily taking photos of us as we were led away! So, nibbled offerings for them, and a laugh all day for us. We finished our wine tasting with Brian, and Tony bought a bottle of their pinotage as a sort of peace offering.
Spied the elusive blue cranes as we pulled out, so I tried out the new zoom lens while leaning on Adiel’s shoulder, such was ...