Spring Tide Inn
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... could drop off our luggage tomorrow morning.
But first we made an unexpected stop.
Mount Nelson Hotel
Bobby turned off the road into a driveway where I could see a large entrance way with Mount Nelson Hotel. This is THE place to stay in Cape Town – ie, if you have plenty of money !!
Once past the security gate where Bobby had to give some details to the guard and ...
18th march - return to Cape Town Yayyy I'm back in Cape Town!! And what better way to say hello to Cape Town again than from a few hundred feet in the air! Today I went paragliding from signal hill. Was awesome! I got belted up within minutes and next thing you know we were running down the side of the mountain preparing for take off!! Got a great view off Cape Town, and Koze my guide pulled a few tricks so that we spiralled around crazy fast! It did ...
... Xav is he chose to hang out with him that day instead of coming to Mzolis on his last day . Inspirational move but sucked to not hang out with one of my best friends on his last day. Mzolis was classic. Just hanging out in the sun with my friends drinking ciders and eating meat. Although I was in the toilet when the meat came out so got little to no meat because the buys just scoff it down so quickly. Ridiculous. Met some pretty cool local guys as well. Successful, nice ...
... the following day so this little excursion was just to ensure we had the wine tasting etiquette correct.
Our first visit was to Groot Constantia, a 300 year old vineyard with a subtle hint of Dutch heritage. The vineyard itself looks out over False Bay/Cape Flats (I think) and provided a classic lunch setting for a quick curry. Yip, not your normal vineyard lunch but amazing all the same.
Having sampled ...
... I haven't seen them since. So this is going to be a major blast from the past, and inevitably a big reminiscing session. Gerhard was picking up us from town and we hung around at his house until everybody else arrived home from work. Yolandi, a recent mum, had got the services of her mum for the evening so that she didn’t have to worry about baby stuff whilst trying to catch up with me. It was really nice of her, and her mum, to ...