The Last Word Constantia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in dramatic ungrammatical prose. When I came back, I discovered the car charger was gone. I marched off to ask the night manager if he'd taken it. He told me he'd kept it in the glove compartment, but somehow it disappeared from there. I realized now that I'd been a victim of crime not just once but twice. Double bummer, welcome to South Africa. After consulting my freediving instructor and his wife, I went off to get the car repaired on my own dime, versus ...
... where you will hear an occasional English idiom, but rather long stretches of one language and then the other in a conversation, with no apparent reason for the switch. We are also enjoying the names some people have – Trust and Godsave were the bartender and cook at the safari lodge, and we’ve also seen others like NoMatter, Never, and Film. It’s almost like the Puritans – Cotton and Increase Mather would fit right in. ...
... Wowser! That afternoon we enjoyed driving along the coastline to Hout's Bay which towards Cape of Good Hope. Had one those unexpected/unplanned travelling delights when we stumbled across the local markets. Inside a ****** old warehouse between the smelly sea market and the local township is one very funky inside market. These markets were too cool... Part Eumundi with unique stallholders but part foodies heaven with great homemade food stands. Oh and they have drink stalls ...
Franshhoek today is a quaint little village filled with many eateries, boutique shops and wineries. Not being much for shopping and knowing that anything we buy we have to carry or ship, we skipped the shops. Now wine, that can be consumed so we spent our time "visiting" wineries. Having to select one out of so many vineyards, we chose Grand Provence - and was it grand! The grounds at Grand Provence house ...
... and talked to them for a good 20-30 minutes. They gave us a lot of good
suggestions for Cape Town, Cape Point, and Stellenbosh.
The sunset was easily the best I can remember with nearly 360 degrees of water surrounding us. I was a a little uneasy taking the cable car down, for part of it we were probably 1,000 feet off the ground but the view of the city at night was worth it.