Head South Lodge
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... Fi session by the kids just in case they don't see Wi-Fi again for the next 5 weeks (actually I am in that photo too - but it was work related!).
Arrived at the Hotel in Cape Town - quickly dumped our stuff and headed off down to the waterfront to find a drink and something to eat - and to enjoy the sun - a beautiful day here.
Found the perfect spot ...
... new democracy.
Our lunch in Franschhoek at Kalfi's had this sign outside the door. Again and again we were reminded about how proud the South Africans are of their heritage and how optimistic they are about being a strong and positive global influence in the future.
... them at reception at 8 am Sorted at reception and then breakfast in the restaurant to set us up for the day. Off the ship and onto the shuttle around 9:15. Once we were dropped off at the Mall we got cash at the ATM and went and got tickets for the hop on hop off bus. The day is a beautiful one so we decided to go straight to Table Mountain. All went well but once we got to the foot of TM there were long queues. We were going for it so, we bit the bullet ...
... cage. As we geared up the sharks started circling the boat. We excitedly jumped in the cage with 4 others, thrilled to see the sharks up close. Sadly, when we got in the water, we realized just how bad the visibility actually was at about 1-2 meters. But, we waited intently as they started bait lining in front of the cage. Just as we started to get comfortable the skipper shouted, "Dive, shark to the right, Dive". We ducked under and watched as the giant beast swam ...
... city core he provided us with some history of South Africa such as the Dutch settled here in 1652 and formed a "refreshment stop" for the Spice Route. In other words, they were farmers and started the wineries here at this time.
1688 French Huguenots arrived in the area and developed The wineries and brought their culinary skills to this country. 1795, the English arrived for the first time, won a battle or two and settled in a ...