Hotel on St Georges
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- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... stops for these wineries on the back side of Cape Town.
So, we've been lounging quite a bit here. The road and 10 1/2 months of travel are starting to wear on us. It takes more and more to get excited about things, and that's a sure sign that it's time to go home. We are really looking forward to getting back to Madison. But the bars, restaurants and natural beauty here are nothing dismiss. There's great value meals around every corner ...
... feast – for S baby Kingclip fish and for L & me, Grass fed beef rump, oh, and a large plate of oysters to start with. The Oysters were large, plump and tasty and were washed down with three lovely glasses of Boschendel Brut Method Cape Classique. This was followed by a delicious steak which was paired with two glasses of Shiraz/Syrah – A La Motte Pierneep Shiraz 2010 and a
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... style. Muizenberg also has an unforgettable beach which reminded me a little of Bournemouth because the first thing you see is the row of strikingly colourful beach huts with people flying kites in the background.
Next we drove through Kalkbay and then Fishoek which happened to be a place where a woman got eaten by a shark so there was no swimming for us there... then the next stop for us was Simon's Town. This ...
... The area around the swimming pool had largish trees and was buzzing with birds. We saw, I'm sure, a juvenile Great Spotted Cuckoo flying off, with chestnut wing tips and a long tail. It's not on the official park list, and neither of our bird books (we bought a new and bigger book at Addo) show it as present in this area. But I'm sure. African red-eyed bulbul was another first for us, a pleasant change to the omnipresent and rather dull looking Cape bulbuls. Returning around ...
... fishing boats. There are hundreds of bays around the coastline of Cape Town and even more mansions with pristine views lining the hills. I have actually never been to a city with that many large beautiful houses. I found it hard to appreciate its beauty after seeing how the other half live. 12 people in one bedroom is not uncommon for hundreds of thousands - yet hundreds of thousands have mansions with many bedrooms that could house so many. I'm on my high horse again.Back ...