Town Lodge Bellville The Lodge Hotel
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... the luxurious Four Seasons in New York- how we laughed!! We finished our day at the botanical gardens- beautiful but we were just a little too tired to thoroughly enjoy. Back to Camps Bay for dinner and packing up to drive to Stellenbosch - the next part of our African journey... All in all a cracking start to our South African odyssey, one that will hopefully leave a lasting impression on us individually as we deal with our daily challenges when we get back to ...
... continue to remain in touch and I'd made plans to meet up with them on this trip. There were loads of new experiences - Robben Island and the District 6 museum, in particular made a profound impact - and so, I made sure these were included in our current itinerary - certainly didn't want the boys and S to miss these.
So, it was an interesting range of thoughts as we flew into Cape Town...would it be the same, after the stratospheric standards set ...
... family: UICTFontTextStyleBody; font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">We got back to the digs about half 8 where the cool breeze was a welcome relief and a cold shower washed the dust and heat of the day off, it was a long hot day.
... and they would take a breath and pull themselves under the water to see the shark pass. A few passes and they were asked to come out for the next set of 5. We went down to get suited up and after a few minutes of searching, Chris told me he had bottoms for me but no top. A number of their suits were out for repair. He pointed at one of the Spanish ladies and said that suit would work - but when asked, she refused to get out as she wanted to go down again. No matter ...
... our time in Africa was starting to wear thin. Over a 48 hour period firstly Katrina lost her ****, then me, then Pito, then Sian, then Joey- not sure how Bernie and Chris fared, but no doubt they would of lost it too! Always good to get it out of the system but probably not the best way to end our trip along the Garden Route. Decided to separate the hire car convoy when we left Hermanus for Cape Town on the Thursday morning to all give ourselves some space and time to sort ...