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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... we were all cheering him on telling him he can do it etc and he just turns around and yells IM FRIGHTENED! As if we already didn't know? Hahaha but everyone did it and I was so proud of them all! After that bungee I was just so happy my cheeks were hurting from smiling so much! We then went to monkey land for lunch . We didn't take a tour or anything here because you didn't need to, you'd just have lunch and there'd be monkeys everywhere it was so awesome. You weren't allowed ...
... Town city tour is nice but honestly nothing beats the beach and the mountains!
Had a beach facing lunch at a Camp's Bay. Food is so so but the scenery n setting makes me feel like Copacabana. Dunno why... Just so beautiful... The big Atlantic ocean is so blue n l just love the sea the mountain & the views!!!
Camp's Bay, under the Twelve ...
... eaten wherever you are. The Dive only lasted for 30 minutes, and while it was very controlled and the sharks were very tame, there were a few close calls where the sharks swam over the top of Lize-Mari or chased Rian for a few meters before swimming away.
After the dive we decided to go for a walk and experience some of the waterfront, get some terrible touristy photos, then sit down for lunch. We all ate some seafood at a cafe which also served beers out of our own personal ...
... are often 50 miles apart, where would I purchase wine?
What I thought were my general solutions:
· Buy Port, Sherry and Brandy. They keep well in 90F heat and I can leave them in the car.
· Buy Shiraz, Grenaches and Merlots. They don't need Oak aging to taste good.
What I soon found out:
· Wine is extremely inexpensive in SA. Farm labor rates ...
... out they were booked up, I decided to walk a little bit further to Cape Town Stadium, one of the brand new stadiums for the 2010 World Cup, now home to Ajax Cape Town, who are apparently **** and only draw around 7000 fans to a home game. I was the only person on the 45 Rand tour, so I got a personal tour of a world class, 55,000 seater stadium for about £4. Easy. After this I went back to get my Robben Island ticket for tomorrow, then headed to the Two Oceans Aquarium. Watched a ...