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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... stop was at Ronnie's Sex Shop, a small café in the middle of nowhere. Some years ago, Ronnie's friends added the word "sex" to the shop's sign as a joke. It did Ronnie a great favour with many more people stopping to check it out!
We then headed back towards the coast, through a windy mountain pass with stunning views ...
... be related to the fact that our roads are "Union" built? Someone told me that it is only the Cape roads that are good in the hinterland they are reputed to be very bad? Hired a VW Polo 1.6 litre. Nice gearbox (ratios for first and second bad) reasonable power, but spongy suspension. Like driving a waterbed on wheels. Dashboard lighting fluorescent blue and red - Yuk! - not ...
... city without doing any damage. Driving in the countryside poses a new challenge though, many people walk or bike along the major roadways where the speed limit ranges from 60 km/hr to 120 km/hr on a two lane roadway. GULP!
Just because things were not interesting enough, we stopped at a few wineries along the way. Why not have a few glasses of wine and then jump into a car where everything is backwards. I turned the windshield wipers on a few ...
... having shops and businesses and transport links into Cape Town. The people we meet are very welcoming and we are shown into seriously small houses and poor conditions but also some houses that are bit better and bigger.
We came across some ladies, fire and sheep heads!!! They file off the wool using heated sticks and the sheep is then sold on to be eaten. Thankfully we didn't taste this ...
... Alex, and Stephanie. They are an awesome group of people who haul from all over the country and I couldn't have picked a better group to share this experience with. In addition, we adopted two other students as part of our group, Emmi and Corie who come from Montana State and West Virginia University.
The past two weeks have consisted of orientation, me loosing my voice (which I now have back), and experiencing the restaurants and ...