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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... we went to a sleepy seaside resort called Mossel Bay, it was reminiscent of a British seaside resort in the off season. I took the opportunity to get a much needed haircut. We went to the local museum which was ok, but not really what I wanted to be doing, I would rather have got back to Cape Town earlier, it did host the ship which Vasco Di Gama discovered the region on though. It was a long drive back to Cape, the five hour drive was broken up with an excellent roadside lunch, ...
... because there’s just too many options and I can’t figure them all out because information is really difficult to come by.
I’m pretty sure this is a south Africa thing – I ask people for information and they seem to not be able to understand or be interesting in telling me the answer. Example: Is there enough time to go to the bathroom? No response. I had to ask again three different ways before I got the ...
... like a nice area, but the workers at the hostel pretty much forbad us to go out of the locked gates of the hostel once it got dark. They said the hostel is located right at the border of the “town” and the “township.” Pretty much the town is where the wealthier white people live and the township is where the poorer black people live. These border areas are particularly vulnerable to crime. Besides that, the location was perfect. ...
... Gardens, and Wineries (a bonus).
It is arguably one of the most beautiful cities in the world, surrounded by a vineyard-carpeted valleys and cliff-hugging Atlantic beaches. Over 9000 botanical species exist, most are unique to this area. And for the animal lovers like me there's a beach filled penguin colony, small game safaris, and a whale nursery off the coast.
Like everywhere else we ...
... me. The climb was tough, but without serious problems, the last 2kms to the summit was challenging as I was battling to reach the summit before the cut off time, it was very steep and a large part of this last section I had to use the ropes provided to pull myself up, I reached the summit within half an hour of the supposed cut off time, it was on the way down that I problems started. An hour on the way my legs just stopped playing along, it was now ...