Radisson Blu Hotel Waterfront, Cape Town
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Awesome breakfast views. Deck in the room is amazing
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... each left as a memorial to the troubled times this country has been through. The weather here has not been as we expected, and we have spent a lot of time in the rain. This has also meant that Table Mountain has been shrouded from view by clouds and we have also not been able to summit it, which is frustrating. However, we hope to do it on Sunday morning.
On the bus tour, we went ...
... and while we are certainly feeling an urgent need to get back to several places, we really can’t pick ONE favorite. We did however come up with a few favorites that we thought we could share:
Favorite Meal: For Bree it was the Duck Teriyaki dish that she had at a little Asian fusion restaurant, Munchie in Chamonix, France. For David it was the handmade Gramigna Pasta with Sausage at Trattoria Corrieri in Parma, ...
... we didn't see them. We also managed to go home in style as we stopped for a drink by the beach in Melkbosstrand and Derek picked us up with the bikes so we rode home in the back of his bakkie which was fun!
This, and a whole load more of the sunset watching I can't get enough of and the South African red wine I found difficlt not to drink daily,my final weeks here certainly weren't anything to turn your nose up at.
... a few bucks!
We got to Hout Bay Market and we weren't expecting much but turns out this is one fantastic market. Full with craft stalls, clothes and shoes, and best of all a square of some of the most delicious looking food I've seen. We sat for hours just drinking, talking, meeting more locals and getting even more of idea how sociable they are and how much they love to eat and drink. There was even a 2 year old little girl there sat with us enjoying a plate of ...
... atmosphere of this area, settled by the Huguenots in the 17th century.
Drove into the impressive grounds of Boschendal winery, and ate lunch under the spreading acacias, very couth it was.
Second and last winery of the day was Warwick winery, where we sat outside overlooking a delightful lake and vale scene, while a young woman told us about their wines and we tasted six.