Atlantic Affair Boutique Hotel
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... suffered the most. It was decided that this once very colourful, cultural, and mixed community would be for whites only and so the coloured and blacks would be physically removed from their homes and their homes were demolished. 60,000 people were removed from their homes and relocated. And for what? They never even replaced the demolished homes with anything so now it is a place that is considered ruined. If you had a mixed family you'd be split up too. Thankfully with the work ...
Hi gang , Today we finally have access to wifi again.... We have finished with Botswana and have entered Namibia proper...... Been off the air for several days! Lots has happened.... When we left Victoria Falls our next stop was Chobe NP (2nights). The Chobe is a tributary of the Zambezi, fed by waters from Angola. We were near the meeting point of 5 countries- Zimbabwe, Zambia, Botswana, Namibia & Angola. The lodge ...
... bearings! At 7.30pm the taxi arrived to take us to Don Pedros. The taxi driver gave us a fright when he went to reverse up the hill and instead shot forward stopping just inches from Polly. At Don Pedros, I had the excellent fillet steak, Jackie the 'special' of Yellowtail. We also managed to guzzle down 2 litres of the house red and finished it off with an Irish coffee. Song of the Day - On The Beach by The ...
I had a good sleep on the flight (was thankful as there wasn't much in the way of entertainment).
I had never heard of most of the films !!!
Arrived in Cape Town on Saturday afternoon.
The sun was shining and it was nice and warm.
It's amazing what sunshine does to your overall ...
... with many wine estates dotted about. We order crepes from a restaurant recommended to us by Lara Hoye and we also find the "Jade" jewellery store. Although tempted, Nicole does not buy anything. We arrive in Stellenbosch, passing more wine estates on the road into the town. It's a very pretty university town and our B&B is on the main drag, Dorp Street. Jonathan greets us warmly and tells us about ...