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... that you can walk around most of the city . We grabbed some lunch on Kloof street, a trendy part of town and then headed through the city gardens to eventually end up at the V&A Waterfront. It was buzzing around here, lots of street entertainment and bars and restaurants packed with people. The harbour is very much active, with large ships being re-painted etc. It was unusual having the mix of plush with industrial in one waterfront. We liked it. That evening we ...
... a few bucks!
We got to Hout Bay Market and we weren't expecting much but turns out this is one fantastic market. Full with craft stalls, clothes and shoes, and best of all a square of some of the most delicious looking food I've seen. We sat for hours just drinking, talking, meeting more locals and getting even more of idea how sociable they are and how much they love to eat and drink. There was even a 2 year old little girl there sat with us enjoying a plate of ...
I drove over 2,800 miles (about the coast to coast distance across the US) in this adventure, mostly on National roads (an N is a prefix to each National road number). SA has generally good N roads. However, even on the N roads, the sheep, cows and goats were allowed to graze up to the road edge and sometimes entered the tarred surface if their herder became distracted. People, also use N roads to commute on foot, including young children going to school. Regional (R) ...
... There were a few sore heads the next day I should think. Almost 5 years ago to the month I decided to celebrate my birthday by jumping out of perfectly good aeroplane and go skydiving. Ruth, my sister and instigator of the event suggested I get the dive filmed as I was unlikely to ever go skydiving again. At the time I whole heartedly agreed with her, thinking that while I thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience ...
... 50ZAR for the trip. As we approached the hospital the surrounding area got progressively nicer which was a great relief to me. The hospital is very nice however procedures so far are something to laugh about. As I'm waiting, the administration girl has told me about every patient in the ER tonight (guy with kidney stones, teen hit with a hockey stick needing stitches, child with nausea and vomiting, woman ...
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