Urban Chic Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Verry nice room! We could see the Table mountain trough our window :)
Also we had a great bath between our bathroom and bedroom, so you could have a bath and talk with your beloved one while he was laying on the bed :p
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Charrielove stayed here on Apr 7, 2014 during their trip titled: Charrielove & Spreej @ Zuid-Afrika.
... to be generate some real concern or a "oh no let's go back to find them". Now it's...."give it to me you always have them in there". Ha! God help me if I ever do lose them. (I would like to go on the record as saying this did not happen once on this trip....through it did to others!)
4). #2 and #3 above drives Jen absolutely crazy, with good reason, usually bc it happens when we are in the middle of something. So she is looking at me with ...
... Their nest's can range form a shallow scrape in the open to burrows in the sand or guano. They are also quick to utilise artificial structures such as the numbered plastic burrows provided on the reserve.
African penguins are a monogamous species and the lifelong partners take turns to incubate the eggs and feed the young.
(adapted from Table Mountain National Park ...
... here. You just don't realize how rough you feel not being able to lay down for 48 hours. So we got checked into our room just a couple of blocks from the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, grabbed some dinner, did a little walking, showered and slept like rocks. (If you're thinking it should be Victoria & Albert, it's not. Albert was the Queen's husband, Alfred was their son. He played a huge part in the development of the harbour and waterfront.) ...
it is finally time to fly.
We're off on a Big Adventure to explore all that the South American continent can offer in 6 months. After 3 years of planning, dreaming and saving the day is pretty much here when we can board the big jet, sit back and really let ourselves go.
More than you ever can on a short trip to a place, we are hoping that six months will allow us to fully release the shackles of responsibility which ordinary life places on us. To truly get to ...