Radisson Blu Hotel Waterfront, Cape Town
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Awesome breakfast views. Deck in the room is amazing
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... and a small slice of biscotti. Amazing - who does that for breakfast … well apparently this hotel – who can pass up shortbread ? Well not me. I’ve never had it at breakfast before but as the saying goes, there’s a first time for everything … loved it !!
Next up, one slice of wholemeal bread with pumpkin seeds etc with home made jam and shared with Doug … very nice. Breakfast done for me.
Dus in het Engels, je zou kunnen zeggen dat ik te lui ben om het zelfde verhaal nog eens in het Nederlands te typen en dat klopt.
Oma dave wil het vast wel voor je vertalen. Liefs
Last month The human rights office from Projects Abroad started with their first visit to the organization Siyakhathala, which operates in Khayelitsha. Khayelitsha is the biggest township of South Africa and is one of the poorest areas of Cape Town. They believe that there ...
... African wines are being produced. Along the way our driver/tour guide Graham began to ask us questions about what kind of wines we liked and if there was anything in particular we were excited to see or taste. This was a wonderful way to get the conversation flowing with the group and later on we realized that he actually hadn’t decided which vineyards we were going to visit until he asked us what we wanted to try. Since the vote was 3 to 1 in favor of more ...
... before we left so a bit unhappy but no major problem.
Went to get our windshield protector and this time we found that what they had did
not fit so we have to get it in Johannesburg.
Last day was spent getting the generator ...
Hi gang, Just reporting in.... have successfully made my return to Cape Town. Yesterday was a day of (mostly) rain, spent largely in the wine valleys of Stellenbosch & Franschhoek. Before arriving there we had a dramatic drive thru a magnificent gorge near Montagu & later a stormy crossing of the Hottentot-Hollands on the Franschhoek Pass. The wine country looks very autumnal, all ...