Hotel on St Georges
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
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... stop was the Rhodes Memorial just outside Cape Town. It was an uphill drive, and we got out at the Memorial, the driving wind made it almost impossible to walk and/or hold the camera steady. The view was grand, and in the fading light with the wind howling around us, the memorial with its Doric columns and lions seemed all the more imposing and dramatic.
As we drove down the hill, we saw several Capetonians jogging uphill - such dedication! And again, a new image ...
... workshop situated in the funky Salt River area of Cape Town. Here he runs Braai courses specifically for men – “we have long since been denied the right to hunt; we replaced our yearning for the kill with sport, … the time has come to rekindle that pioneering spirit, to release the outlaw, to drag the underground above ground. Kitchen Cowboys will equip you for intimate dinners, brunches with family and friends, braaiing that will make ...
... in mind we headed back to the hostel and grabbed something to eat en route. Whilst we were eating we noticed our two new room mates (who were brother and sister) buying cheese and wine. When we asked them what they were doing tonight, they said they were going up to Lions Head to watch the sunset. Without giving a second thought as to whether they may be spending quality time together, I invited myself and Leona along, and grabbed a bottle of red wine before leaving. When we ...
... to round up the Indians when it was time to go to the villa. Everyone then had a siesta to make up for our early start that morning. The siesta was also a mistake as it took a while to wake all the Indians up and make them presentable. The upshot of this was we missed our one window of sunshine in the whole four days to go up Table Mountain. Oh well, we've done it before. We went up Signal Hill instead - the smaller spur that sticks out of Table Mountain to the north ...
... anchor and went in to shore. There were some very green people on the boat so I am sure they were happy as well. Overall it was a cool experience seeing 10 different sharks with 4 meters being the longest. I wish the water was clearer and could have done with less seasickness but oh well. At least I slept for the whole drive back to Cape Town.
November 29, 2013
This morning we met up with Michelle at the Robben island ferry to make up for the other days cancellation. We ...