Protea Hotel Sea Point
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We went skydiving and we ate shrimp calamari and lamb. when we went skydiving it was a blast but Isaiah was a little scared but he thought it was fun so did Ruby and Eli
To recover, we did a bit of retail therapy in a nearby shop. I was quite sure the shops weren't there in 2006 - there were just some makeshift stalls then.
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE
Time for our drive to the Cape of Good Hope. It was a lovely drive via Chapman's Peak, which G said was closed to traffic a few days ago due to rockfall...I looked up and hoped the metal nets (now empty) were strong enough to catch any falling rocks. Chapman's Peak Drive ...
... Driving up there with 10 cars of students all over Europe we hiked up the Hottentots Holland national park to get strapped up for a zip line tour along the mountains. The zip lining was a short but very sweet experience and along with the people this was also just another day not to forgot anytime soon.
In the mean time I've been catching up with my surfing skills in Muizenberg and my wake boarding skills in Somerset West (luckily this time I kept the GoPro). ...
... difficulty in getting change. Bars cabs cabs and others all seem to be unable to give change. And we aren't giving outrageous bills either. 200 on 110 Bill. 200 on 100. 50 on 20. 100 on 70. My question is if they only accept exact change why don't they have change for us?
Last day in South Africa. Kinda bummed but we have had a great trip and are ready to head home. We had breakfast early and checked out. Our flight isn't until 5:30 pm so we decided to head up to the top of Table Mountain early and then visit a 400 year old Dutch Vineyard called Steenberg about 30 mins outside the city. We took the tram/cable car to the top of Table and had breakfast at the peak. The fog creep was still coming over the ...