The Bloomberg Camps Bay
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- Minbar in room
- Microwave in room
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
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Simon's Town made a great base for exploring the southern section of the Cape Peninsula. Now it was time for us to head north to Cape Town. Sea Point was another great base for exploring the city.
We took the M6 north through Nooordhoek to Chapman's Peak Drive. We had been told that this drive was one of the most spectacular drives in the world and we were not disappointed.
It winds its way from Noordhoek to Hout Bay and gave ...
... Town (reminded me of Darling Harbour in Sydney for those that have been) with all the restaurants and shops along the water. Unfortunately we then had to say bye to them, sad times as we have all come so far together. Another two bite the hat. Tonight we went ours for our final and unorganized dinner and ended up at a pizza and burger place where I was final table to try Ostrich in a burger and it was delicious. Totally recommend it (for those in London they have them at Borough market). ...
... s old friend from university Punga's (Scott) house for a South African BBQ called a braai. It was absolutely delicious! The Campbell family was so lovely and made us all very welcome in there amazing home and it was very nice for Grunta and Wayne to catch up with Punga..... Lots of stories, wine and laughs. Thank you Campbell family can't wait to entertain you on your travels to New Zealand soon.
... of learning about the Cape of Good Hope in our early school days. One plaque mentioned 650 ships met their demise here and I think that is all they know of. The weather turned on us and it got cold, rainy and overcast. The wind was blowing and we head off for CT again. We had intentions of going up the cable car but when we got there the cloud had enveloped the top of Table Mountain and the Cable Car was closed. I do believe I heard a ...
This week at work was productive, although there was a public holiday (another one!) on Thursday for freedom day - the day the first democratic elections were held in South Africa 20 years ago. I celebrated by going to gym and spending the day at the pub. There are two main places to go out in Paarl, one is a more upmarket sports bar called Bossa Nova, and the other is a bar\grill with pool tables called EJs which is more middle class. I hadn't been to EJs yet, and ...