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... in the 'leafy suburb' as it's known, there are also a couple of big oak trees in the garden. Note to self - don't sit underneath due to falling acorns! So we have unpacked, been to the supermarket and stocked up on all the essentials such as beer, wine and gin and tonics. Oh and a bit of food! Booked the Wijn Huis tonight which previous visitors will remember although this is now more of a modern bistro than the original restaurant. Dinner was good! We went ...
This week, Cape Town moved from autumn into winter, and, along with my streaming cold, it has meant a lot of time hibernating in my sleeping bag.
On Tuesday afternoon, however, a group of us braved the weather and went to Robben Island. The ferry is a rickety old boat, with no indoor seating at all. Out at sea it was a howling gale, and we were sitting on the top deck, in the most exposed seats. Perfect! It's fair to say that I haven't been that cold in a VERY long time. After ...
... luxury (and real coffee ) in our massive room Quick run to the Waterfront for a bite of Breakfast them a drive up to the base of Table Mountain with Rob and Joyce. Took the cableway up to the summit and started to feel at home again! Afterwards a short drive to signal hill to watch the most amazing sunset I've seen then on to the casino for dinner and a wee ...
... had met Brigid a couple of times before--we stayed one night with her when in Johannesburg four years ago, she accompanied us to the Apartheid Museum and a World Cup game, and her parents had eight of us over to their Jo'burg home for a big braai. She then visited Dennis and me in Arlington just this past October, and we spent four fun days playing tourist with her around DC and Alexandria. I hadn't met Sarah yet, but figured she would be just as awesome ...
... on them, but there were numerous shipping containers that one would expect on a cargo ship, and these containers would be used for local businesses. Hair Salons, corner stores, whatever it takes, they are making it happen. The guide said the richest person in the Township was the guy who owned the local bar. There are problems of alcoholism in the settlement, and he was smart and capitalized on it. One of the members of our tour group asked if we could go in there, so the guide ...