South Africa Part 3: Dinner and Jade

There was no time to take in everything that we were seeing and feeling because as soon as we were checked in to our hotel my sister instructed my boyfriend and I to hurry up and get cleaned up for a dinner that her and the other young people attending her wedding were going to. About an hour and a half into us getting settled in our hotel room, my sister came to pick us up via UBER (yes South Africa has UBER. This was our best friend as we navigated through out the city).

I can not remember the name of the restaurant that we went to but it was one where we had to pick the appetizer, entree, and dessert. Wine and drinks were included. The meal that I ordered was sushi as my appetizer, a medium well done steak, and a creme brulee. I was pretty pleased with my meal minus the sushi but unfortunately for my boyfriend everything that he ordered ended up being a miss for him, so that meant that I enjoyed only half of my meal (unbeknownst to me and what I initially planned for my first meal in South Africa. LOL).

After dinner it was time to party and celebrate my sister and my brother in law’s upcoming nuptials. We ubered to a club by the name of Jade that was about six minutes away from the restaurant. We had a section in the club so as soon as we got there we were taken to a little area with small tables and couches. The first thing that I noticed about this club that was different to clubs in America was that there was no rope or security to section off the VIP. This wasnt a big  deal as people seemed to not be trying to do the most, come into our section and drink our drinks. The best man in the wedding party knew the club owner so the whole night we were being sent bottles, and bottles, and more bottles of every drink imaginable. It was so many bottles that after we all left people in our party took the purchased bottles with them back to their hotels.

Club Jade had an overall pretty cool vibe. The club had a mixed crowd (Blacks, Whites, Indians, Asians) and the music seemed to accommodate that mixed crowd. The locals that I interacted with seemed cool and everyone who came with us seemed to have a pretty good time at Jade.

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