Sante Hotel & Spa
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... to our cabin to get ready for a day of sightseeing.
We met up with Saundra and Paul in the Atrium and saw Judy and Phil, Jeff and Joyce and the Smiths and said our goodbyes again with a promise to catch up to Judy and Phil later tonight.
Our day tour begins
Clearance for the ship was given and we were on our way … and once outside the port, our lovely guide Bobby (AKA Bahama Bob’s Beautiful ...
... how much I eat here. I seriously think I've just been constantly eating since I stepped off the airplane 5 weeks ago. I'm never full or hungry I just always eat. Probably because there's not much else to do in the house so you're usually just sitting around chatting to people (which is awesome) but just eating constantly haha I don't think I've mentioned our new roommates. We have 4 who were in the local ...
... soon to be followed by Rian and Sume, and we all had a meal, some beers and I decided to call it a night at 10:30 when they ordered 2 more bottles of wine.
I woke up the next day with a mild hangover, and I realised that Summer was well and truly over as the mornings were getting really cold, as well as the fog and mists had really started to set in over the mountains. I headed out to the airport and managed to not get lost or crash the car on the way... even with ...
[So I'm a bit behind..]
Ha. And there you were thinking that I had promised to update this blog entry and then had given up on creating any more entries...Not true!. What I can say is updating a blog is much tougher than I thought especially when the travelling gets full on. South Africa was more a test of endurance than a holiday with so many cool things to see and do. Anyway I survived and can now continue to update the ...
... 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 ...