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... Point and Cape of Good Hope. The weather had turned greyer and the seas were pounding. Then back up the middle of the Point before turning onto the west coast where the weather was grey and misty. Late afternoon meal at Monkeys Bay near Noordhoek before rounding the hairy sea cliff road at Chapman's Point in the dark. Then back to MedVilla in Cape ...
... room. After 2 hours we were suitably 'pruned' like a raisin and were ready for some grub. The meal was superb for the price and we were quickly en route to our new found potential addiction. Naomi had to convince the security she was over 18 by showing her wedding ring and before we knew it we were operating machines that made no sense to us whatsoever. Slot machines have advanced from the good ol' days thats for sure. What the heck man, I had no ...
This morning we got up early and check-out of the hotel. The walk to the car rental place was only two blocks. We picked up our little car and I directed Rach out of Cape Town. Our destination was Camp's Bay for breakfast. It didn't take us very long to arrive there. Table Mountain today was covered in clouds - again. We had a hot breakfast to warm us up and then continued on our road trip. It was nice to be travelling in a car again and driving along the ...
... beautiful voice so it was really lovely.
We then drove to Knysna where we were staying for the two nights and had a pub meal. The next morning was fairly tame…we only went and did the HIGHEST BUNGEE JUMP IN THE WORLD! It was amazing and definitely the highlight of my weekend. The walk across to the bridge was terrifying in itself! It was a cage catwalk type thing under the bridge with only mesh for a floor – ONLY MESH FOR A FLOOR! On the bridge itself there are ...
... obviously her home it had a small opening as a window and in there was a half ripped towel that was tied up to the side with a little bow as to make a pretty curtain. It was her home and it was obvious that she was making the best of a very bad situation. Pay here is very low and the infrastructure of this post apartheid South Africa is slow at catching up. There are so many poor, black poor, there s an obvious division of color still here.
We drove to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking