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... While waiting for the painstaking task of cheese cutting to be completed, we chatted with Andre about whether he is happy living in Cape Town. He felt quite miserable about watching the town he loves being swamped by huge numbers of immigrants. He said he would leave if he had the chance. It made us realise we are certainly seeing the tourist side of Cape Town. At 2pm we finally met our tour operator and other tour companions. Lucky is our tour ...
We measure our week with brass bell. All week we look forward to it haha. It's so good it being on a Wednesday as well because it breaks up the week a bit and gets you excited in the middle of the week. There's not much you all want to hear about brass bell - so Wednesday blogs aren't very long... As pretty much the entire day revolves around brass bell. I woke up Wednesday more exhausted than I'd felt my whole trip. I think Tuesday ...
... cable car 'cheating' ;-)
That evening, rather than resting, like most people would, we decided to go on a art gallery walk organised by the hostel. Once a month art galleries will pop up across the town to show off their art work. Not being that into art it was the possibility of free wine that sold it for us. In fact the evening was great, we walked around 3 galleries and had a total of 1 beer and 1 Drambui free :-) We ended the night in an Ethiopian ...
... at the very beginning, compounded by the fact that English is their second language. Although we were warned that the children come from very underprivileged backgrounds, it's clear that their parents sacrifice a lot for their education. As well as school uniform, they all bring their own pot of pens, exercise books, play dough and more to be used in lessons. Furthermore, I was shocked at how well written nearly all the parents of ...
... his female! It lasted the whole of five seconds and she didn't move so it was a bit strange to watch but really interesting to see them and their natural behaviours. After this we stopped and had cherry with a beautiful view before heading back for dinner and wine and reading by the fire that evening in the cottage. On our morning game drive we saw an ostrich nest (with no ostrich which was strange because the male and ...
Other places to stay in Camps Bay
Victoria Road, Camps Bay | 5 star hotelfrom $325
- Our favourite Hotel
- Best Hotel in Cape Town by far
- Xmas in Capetown
69 Victoria Road, Camps Bay | 4 star hotelfrom $175
Victoria Rd, Camps Bay | 4 star hotelfrom $92
31 Francolin Road, Camps Bay | 5 star hotelfrom $238
- Beautiful and Relaxing
- Lovely, well-appointed guest house
7 Chilworth Road, Camps Bay | 5 star hotelfrom $184
Camps Bay | 4 star hotelfrom $82
Camps Bay, Camps Bay | 4 star hotelfrom $69
- Small and perfect
- Klein und perfekt
20 Theresa Avenue, Camps Bay | 5 star hotelfrom $186
- Six Stars - No Question !
- A true gem - perfect in every way
- A hotel which exceeded our expectations
Camps Bay, Camps Bay | Hotelfrom $187
3 Argyle Road, Camps Bay | 5 star hotelfrom $206