Sugar Hotel & Spa
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... were both so glad. We are staying at the St. George Hotel. David couldn't have picked a better one than this. We are in the middle of all the action. One block away is an open market where people are selling just about everything, it is so exciting Along the way also many benches where one can sit and watch people go by. There are also many restaurants, which have many foods to choose from. What an exciting place to be. WOW!
... fresh fruit juice and an average salted caramel tart. I have to say I haven't been overly impressed with the food here yet but there's plenty of time to change my mind! That evening a driver from Kromco, the company I'll be working for for the next 6 weeks, picked me up and took me to my new home in Grabouw. Grabouw is about an hour away from Cape Town, just past Somerset West if you know the area.
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Yesterday was devoted to an all day game drive in Matobo NP. Started with a walk in search of wild rhino...we got right up close to a group of seven. Fantastic! Then we climbed a nearby hill for the views... Beautiful day....lots of bouncing about on rough tracks in jeeps....didn't see much other game, but did see some fabulous cave paintings by the Khoisan people (aka Bushmen) depicting human figures & the game that roamed hereabouts. These are thought to ...
... saw a lovely pied acacia barbet making a sound like a squeaky toy, along with all the things we're now used to seeing. Walked back up the hill, glad to stretch our legs for once after 7 hours confined in the car, and ate up the last of our self-catering supplies in a vast stewpot. I'm working heroically now to avoid wasting any of the wonderful good quality and very economical bottles of Pinotage that I so tragically over-purchased back in Knysna... Friday 21st. Karoo. We got up at ...
... to learn more about the people, their ideals, their losses, their triumphs, but all too soon we have to return to the harbour to catch the ferry back, no time to read the individuals' stories pinned on the walls of the cells and I'm disappointed not to have felt the history, the significance of this chapter of South Africa more.