Posted by : Sahil Dudeja Sunday, 20 April 2014

It was 6 in the morning and somebody started knocking our room's door. That was Akshay knocking our door because we had to leave at 6 AM. We packed our bags straight away and checked out from Kwa Maritane in next 10 minutes. We reached OR Tambo international airport on time to catch our flight to Cape Town. We had some time and we stopped at Jonty's favorite coffee shop vida e caffè.

Vida e Caffè, OR Tambo
We arrived at Cape Town in the afternoon. I was astounded by the knockout of the Mother City. By the time we had reached the Table Bay Hotel, it was already lunch time. We quickly checked into our rooms and went to sevruga restaurant for scrumptious lunch.
Table Bay Hotel, V&A Waterfront, Cape Town
We had a plan to go on a ride on Cape Wheel which offers panoramic views of the waterfront, the city and the Table Mountain, but weather washed out our plan. We also had planned to  go on a Sunset cruise in the evening, but it was also cancelled because of wet & windy weather. As Jonty says "A Traveler is not confined to an itinerary", we continued exploring Cape Town despite of wet weather conditions.
Walking along the streets of Cape Town
We walked from the V&A Waterfront to the Cape Town Stadium, which was specially constructed for 2010 FIFA World Cup.
The Cape Town Stadium
Then we walked along beach road and finally stopped at Sea Point Promenade.
This place was frequented by Cape Town locals.  We took back memories which only a traveler can...Only a true traveler.
Sea Point Promenade
We went back to our hotel room to get ready for dinner at Grand Daddy Hotel. Rooftop Trailer park at Grand Daddy Hotel takes things up a notch. I loved this place because of its classy ambience and of course very good food.

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