The Last Word Long Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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There was a mention as we left Zambia that we had not as yet seen any camels, nor are we likely too! Still, we enjoyed the moment. Arrived in Cape Town late in the evening, fab guest house, the four of us seem to have a mini suite on the top floor with lounge area and a veranda from where we can view Table Mountain. With the help of our ...
... on the 9th of September (as far as I know) and we hope it is still valid because the entrance fee is R90 p.p....after we have decided to renew the wildcard (and we really nearly turned around) they told us that, for this week, entrance is free for this week is free. We cannot believe our like we giggle all ...
... drink. We were sure to take every dark alley we could find on our way over there. There was a little drama when we saw a group of people in the distance on our walk home. Everyone was trying to cross the street to get as far away as possible from the scary gangsters, when in reality it was a group of women and children. I chose to not eat ice cream tonight. It was one of the most difficult decisions I had made all day. But I decided I need to get in shape for summer! Peace and ...
... fresh local produce, regional organic foods, hand-made cheeses, wood-fired breads, specialty fine-food, local designers, luxury beer, and live entertainment." The Old Biscuit Mill is becoming extremely popular and can be very festive (and busy) especially on Saturdays.
After a few leisurely hours here it was off to Cape Town’s trend spot du jour, Shimmy Beach Club. Shimmy is Cape Town's newest, premier ocean-front dining and lifestyle destination, ...
... and useless wing flapping. The comedy and adorability of it all kept us entranced for the better part of two hours.
On our way back to the car, we saw a sight that was perhaps more staggering than the penguins. In South Africa, people will do what they can for work. You’ll often see people mingling with traffic at stoplights trying to see all sorts of paraphernalia. This is actually quite common across all of Africa, to be honest. The ...