Grand Daddy Hotel
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- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... shadow of table mountain we arrived at the hotel in Camps Bay to a rather surprised looking hotel owner...
It turned out that the hotel had changed hands between us booking the hotel and arriving and this had led to a mix up meaning we were booked in for tomorrow and Sunday night but not tonight! Luckily they had one room and after frantically trying to find us another place to stay for one night, we decided it would ...
... strip of Camps Bay for a champagne or cocktail. Watching the sunset here is amazing and something I could never tire of, or the sundowners ...Our deck served as an amazing viewing platform throughout the day looking down at the ocean and bay beach and out over Lions Head. One morning we saw a dark patch of water which looked like a giant school of fish coming into the bay, as it approached closer though, through my camera lens we could see it was not fish rather ...
... to block the dogs until we could get the door shut. Anyway, the patient was 71 and bed ridden because of a stroke. She had also been severely burned by tea. Her daughter was telling us she spilled it on herself, but judging by other signs of abuse (scars, bruises, etc.) we thought differently. Oh yeah, these people had pet pigeons that they would let go free. When they whistled, the pigeons would come back. After ...
... and enjoying the view. It is so nice to be able to share this time with them and to see how happy they make each other. They are looking forward to being married and are actually doing some wedding planning from here. The Internet sure makes things easier in that respect. Hoping that the trip back down in the cable car will be as smooth as the way up. We will head home for a South African Braai (a barbecue). One thing for sure,we have not suffered from lack of good meals on this ...
... hope is in my opinion not really worth seeing. A must is a visit to Robben Island. Not to see Mandela's cell or experiencing motion sickness in the ferry on the way there, but for the stories told by the ex inmates who work there as tour guides. If you think Mandela had it tough, google the story of a man named Sobukwe. I nearly missed the ferry back because I had such a great talk with the tour guide and ex convict about the state of his country. It will get better he repeated and ...