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A bit expensive but very good service
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Its an early start in the hotel courtyard again for the official team photo. Fortunately this time it goes ahead with me getting ******* on from above. With today's game starting a little later than usual, i have time this morning to go down to the waterfront for a look around - and a cup of coffee. Eventually its time to return and get on the bus …
After breakfast the team all assembles in the hotel garden at 8:30, resplendent in our whites and blazers ready for the "official" team photo. This is different from the 427 other team photos that have been taken at every possible opportunity on the tour. Stirling spends an eternity, employing the assistance of the three WAGS, to ensure that …
Today's game is against The Gardens Old Boys and our opponents are in a range of ages from mid-thirties to a couple in their seventies. The venue at The Gardens Rugby Club is a wonderful setting with elevated views over the harbour from one end of the ground and the magnificent Table Mountain directly behind the other end. The game will be our …
Today we make the drive back out to Stellenbosch to take on the Scorpions. It is about a 45 minute drive and we go into town first for a stop at a supermarket to pick up a bite to eat as the game will be starting at 1:00. A packaged salad is ideal for me as I have not been consuming too many leafy greens on this trip.
The ground itself is …
Its a 6:45am start in the icy-cold pool this morning as we need to fit in our recovery session, breakfast, get our dirty clothes around to the laundry and be ready for the bus by 8:30.
Our destination today is the Cape of Good Hope. There is a misconception that the Cape of Good Hope is the southern tip of Africa, because it was once …