Head South Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
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... on top of shoulder races and human pyramids.
Day 20- Clanwilliam to Cape Town
The drive to Cape Town was very bumpy but only took about four hours. The drive in with the view of the enormous table mountain was really fantastic!
We dropped our stuff into the Lady Hamilton hotel in the Gardens area and a group went to climb table mountain but knowing that we had time to do that when we got back to CT we went for a long walk up and ...
As I mentioned in the last blog, we all slept in varying degrees on the plane on Saturday night...but we were all woken up when they turned on the lights and came through with breakfast (well...other than Jen, John, Leonie and I who were jarred awake at 3:30am by the screaming child in their row whose parents appeared unphased and just let him cry it out).
I had just finished my breakfast and was so psyched that we had just under an hour until we landed, thinking to ...
... the way we stopped along the road at an ostrich farm and had some discoveries. First we saw another type of antelope, the Bonteboc. We also saw the male Ostrich prancing for the female as part of the mating ritual. And lastly, we learned how destructive the Chacma Baboons can be. They tried to terrorize the ostriches only to be chased off by a ...
As soon as the sea started to rise and form its tell-tale curl I paddled furiously to reach the crest. Icy water covered me as I turned abruptly. Laying flat I let the wave take me racing towards the shoreline my vision clouded by spray I kept twisting and turning to keep direction. As the wave broke I plunged deep into the surf. With a single jump I was standing in the shallows then wading up ...
... giving all passengers a 360 degree view. With clear blue skies, only a light breeze, and gorgeous views all around us, we spent several hours hiking around the top of the mountain, along the Klipsringer walk. We had breathtaking views all around from Lions Head, the 12 apostles, the sparkling beaches of the coast, Cape Point, Devils Peak and the city of Cape Town out to Robben Island. Around every corner the view seemed to just keep getting better and better. Just when ...