The Bloomberg Camps Bay
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... to Graham talk was absolutely fascinating. Every place we visit is so rich in its own unique history, and learning about new places only increases my appetite to learn more. The entire day, including driving time, lasted from 9:10 AM to 7 PM. We stopped at four different wineries over the course of the day, and a place for lunch in between. The first winery was called Fairview, and we sampled eight different wines paired with eight different cheeses. Graham ...
... we packed some beers and snacks and headed up to Lion’s Head (669m) for a panoramic view of Cape Town at sunset. The climb up was challenging, as we took the express route which involved chains and ladders but we were rewarded with an amazing sunset over the city. :) As soon as the sun had set, we clambered down as quickly as possible, so that we didn’t get caught out in the dark.
Day 3 - Table Mountain & Robben Island
Another trip to another fine wine country, this time South Africa. After a passable British Airways flight where I got more than a fair share of sleep despite a few bumps, cramped cattle class seating and quite astonishingly poor food which was marginally rescued by the breakfast we arrived in Cape Town.
We picked up a nice shiny blue car from Waterford which was to be our chariot for the next four days and headed out to find our digs ...
Im not really to chuffed with the locker situation at this hostel, it said online they have lockers and what they mean by that is they will keep your bag behind the reception. I put mine there last night as it gets locked at 8pm which was fine. This morning a new girl was on reception and i asked for the bag that was mine and she just gave me it, i could of been anyone. So its either it stays there or in the car but im not risking the car either. Nightmare. Mind you the hostel is full of ...
... stop at a mall (to buy a sat nav) and a small coffee shop named The Sweetest Thing for a hot drink and cake. We continued on the coast where Jane showed us different places from her childhood as well as stopping off at Boulders Beach, home to a huge family of African penguins, and boy they were cute! The way they waddle along looks like they're old little people. So much character! We walked around for a while admiring these ...