Protea Hotel Tyger Valley
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of our boards was such that they were basically Velcro straps for bare feet, whereas another company there had snowboard bindings that mike said where much more effective for carving. All in all though it was a great day on the dunes.
After we got back, we got sand all over the hostel, showered, and got ready for dinner. Mike found a restaurant - well this actually needs some explaining. The restaurant "The Test Kitchen" is rated top 50 restaurants in the world, and is ...
... first...we then tried the cheeks, tongue and some of the eye.
We then were taken to government housing in the area where we stepped into a room that was 6 by 8, where three families shared that room.
After a tour of two more monuments then we went back to a traditional South African meal where we started. Its about 1 in the morning here and I cant blog anymore.
1. Girls crush on Sabu 2. Sesal is Everywhere 3. The monuments
... despite the long journey, didn't feel like resting. Maybe it was the lack of movement over the last day of travel, but we decided to go hiking. We grabbed some breakfast, and attempted to go up Table Mountain, but found it was closed due to weather conditions. The day seemed nice enough, but apparently it’s often cloudy up there – legend has it that the clouds come from a smoking competition between the devil and a pirate…Since that ...
... African Rand, it was also very cheap. We were eating like kings for hardly anything and cocktails were about $5 each. The first day in Cape Town we went on a hop on hop off tour bus through the city to see some of the major sights. We saw the old fort (once used by the Dutch), company gardens, table mountain (unfortunately the cable car was closed for 2 weeks and
didn’t have time to climb it), and the beautiful beachside suburbs such as Camp’s Bay.
We had to name our vehicle. This seems to be a requirement for Overland Travelers. So our Land Rover will now be referred to as “HARLEY”. Why HARLEY? Because like my Harley Motorcycle, it is a real real “Cool” vehicle to tour with. And by association, that makes Karyn and I really “Cool”. Also, it may not go that fast, but it will go anywhere I ...