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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... sun set. No internet in the room just got us an upgrade to a suite... Result Note to self: never leave the car hire place without making sure the sat nav is fully working ahhhh dan just spent hours trying to find a cable to charge it only to find the fault was the electrics in the car!! Ahhhh the joys of traveling Night all ...
... very large power station projects. A remarkable coincidence to find someone we knew on the top of Table Mountain - what a small world it is!! Yet another interesting ride home in a taxi driven by a man from the Congo. All the taxi drivers we've encountered have been friendly, and happy to share their story. They all keep their cabs meticulously clean and drive safely. Once again disproving the myth that all taxi drivers in SA are dodgy and should be avoided at ...
... spend along time fannying around trying to find good deals. Eventually we made our plan, we were headed to Marrocs for a month of North African travel fun. Reasons included, it was cheap to fly there and cheapish to fly to South America from and it looked really cool, so it was a goer. We were relieved to have a plan and some time to explore Cape Town properly. We started by moving areas from obs to long street, the main road for restaurants and ...
... yellow and ends with the black. The full colored affect you see on a magazine cover prints within seconds. The process is long and confusing but its completed quick and in a timely manner. Unfortunately, we were unable to take pictures due to copyrighted material. However, it was by far the most business based company visit. I truly enjoyed it. I wouldn't mind operating one of their plants in the near future. After our company visit we went to lunch. Lunch was at Cape ...
... Langa. Langa is where our tour guide grew up and currently lives, and he was able to show us around into some of the apartments. There are many different levels of living even within the townships. There are sections made up of informal housing, basically shacks made from tin and corrugated iron sheets. Then there are dormitory-like apartments called hostels where many families live together. We were able to go inside one of the rooms to see what it was like. In general, there is ...