Urban Chic Boutique Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsUrban Chic Boutique Hotel Cape Town
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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... plan for next summer (Dec-Feb), Sunday night music at Kirstenbosch where they also do carol concerts, Shakespeare open air theater at Wynberg. Coming up soon is the jazz festival, Cape Argus and Absa Epic bike events and now is the Super Rugby and my first visit will be the game on March14 between the Stormers and the Chiefs from New Zealand. I definitely plan to visit the first test between South Africa and England at ...
... was ignored. We were entertained by a whale breaching as we spread our lunch. However, as soon as food appeared - we were charged by a group of baboons intent on stealing our goodies. Our intrepid guide, David, fought them off with two umbrellas, Jan tripped and fell in a valiant attempt to rescue bread, the rest of us all grabbed food and screamed at the baboons, but they were not deterred ...
... a lowlight in that probably won't ever be back - second lowlight - still dealing with the cankles!
Rhonda - lowlight - drama at the airport almost departing without Adam and Max! Although their sisters had this on their highlight list.
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1xferret at the bottom of table mountain
3xtortise at Robben island
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... the children blend extremely well.
Unlike in Britain, where many parents in a school such as Prestwich would be on benefits, here in Cape Town, almost all the parents work extremely hard to earn next to nothing. However, most of these jobs are manual and require low literacy, meaning support at home is low. Furthermore, despite their parents working very hard, this work ethic seems not to have rubbed off on the children, and in many cases they are as ...