Mouille Point Village
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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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This post is going to be a little different. We have divided it up and each of us is writing about a section of the trip. Matt is tired of doing all the writing :)
We arrived in Cape Town after 3 brutal flights and layovers. Exhausted we arrived at our budget accommodations to find the office was closed. A security guard helped us get our keys and we headed up to our apartment/room. We stepped off the ...
... check cameras in place - I am never sure if these are working judging by the number of people who drove past us at over 120 Kms and hour.
The best part of driving over the past two days has simply been the absence of cars and trucks on the road. On January 1st we drove from Colesberg to Cape Town and for the first 750kms in was sheer bliss - the was so little traffic in was almost unreal.
Arriving on the outskirts of Cape Town was almost a return to normality! ...
... do. What?! Anyways, Catherina was very hospitable and we got to enjoy a wine, brandy, and olive oil tasting after our brief visit with her.
At about 6:30pm we drove a few miles away to a neighboring vineyard named Lord Neethlings' for dinner. It was a gorgeous historic estate with a long tree-lined private road that lead to the historic Dutch colonial building that now housed ...
... porte bien son nom. La course a des passages magnifiques, et son profil en fait un défi qui inspire le respect. Un jour, je dois faire le Big Sur Marathon en Californie pour comparer, et j'espère aussi avoir la chance de revenir refaire celui-là dans des conditions optimales.
En attendant, on célèbre avec Nissa, Jon, Jeanette, Lauren et Rachelle dans le meilleur steakhouse de Cape Town avant de rentrer la nouvelle course de demain matin, le retour ...
Last night we left Cape Town at about 7 pm and sailed around the Cape of Good Hope leaving the Atlantic Ocean and entering the Indian Ocean. In the past many ships have been wrecked making this transition but although we survived last night was probably the roughest so far. Nevertheless we slept well and there were no untoward effects.
The day started early again with us both waking at 0510, no time for Tai Chi, ...