- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... tummy and a flutter in my heart. It was down the rabbit hole for me....swoosh, and in an instant I found myself alone and feeling much smaller than what I had felt in the comfort of our families garden. A coffee, a sweet or two and I was off to Delhi, India. A place I thought I would never go to, but some how it found its way onto my map and I suspect for good reason. Dubai to New Delhi....boarding gate C18. Off I ...
... to catch a look at the sharks as the swim quickly by the cage. Thankfully the back of the cage is always secured against the boat so you only have to worry about the fronts and sides. You use only a snorkel mask, no scuba gear, as the scuba bubbles actually deter the sharks from coming near. The first group was in the cage for a few dives below the surface when we experienced something the crew has never seen in the 15 years they have been doing this. A shark jumped from the water to ...
... Chief and Ajax Cape Town football fans and their bloody vuvuzelas. The teams had played up the road at the Cape Town Stadium, with Ajax winning 1-0. There was not the slightest hint of trouble as fans of both teams mixed. We walked back to our hotel just before 11.00pm and watched the end of the Man Utd game, before falling asleep. No dinner, because we were saving ourselves for 'The Best Breakfast in Cape Town'. Song of the Day - Waterfront by Simple ...
... Colony: Just around the corner from the seaside village of Simons Town turn left off
main road to Boulders Visitor Centre to visit the famous colony of Jackass
... did a tour of the Wineries - much more pleasant - bigger van, and limited to 5 people per vehicle. Stellenbosch and Franschhoek were picturesque. We visited three wineries and visited the prison where Nelson Mandela was finally released. We all took pictures in front of his statue. A few days later, back in Montreal, we opened up the current edition of the Montreal Gazette and found a half-page picture of ...