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Cape Town Arrived 5 days ago and it felt like coming home. Having left Dubai's extreme high temperatures we were welcomed to a lovely moderate early spring climate and plenty of lush green. We stayed at the waterfront by the V&A docks and our balcony overlooked one of the waterways. My highlights for Cape Town were taking the hop on blue bus …
... and famous! Apparently it cost 9,000 rand a
night to stay in the hotel, which is about 650 GDP!
Back in work and on Tuesday I went to court
to meet the client that I mentioned last week. My boss decided she didn’t want
to represent him anymore so she withdraw from the case. There had been quite a
lot of difference of opinion in what we thought he should plead and what he
wanted to plead, she decided that it wouldn’t be right to ...
... marveled at the spectacular scenery passing before our very eyes and enjoying the good company, food and wine. We all tried to spot Cape Town’s icon, Table Mountain, as we came closer and all too soon, we arrived at Cape Town’s station. This section of our train trip had been particularly enjoyable as we left the platform and were farewelled by the staff, we were met and taken to the Taj Cape Hotel to look forward to our last few days in Cape Town and Africa. ...
... within metres of the animals and listening to the constant high-pitched chattering of the dolphins’ language (based exclusively upon the letter ‘E’ – perhaps only one episode of Sesame Street has been broadcast on Dolphin TV). We then returned to Seal Island where we dived for a second time, this time in the cage, viewing the seals playing in the shallows where they are safe from shark attack. Suddenly, a phone call was received and the boat was ...