Lourens River Guesthouse
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLourens River Guesthouse Somerset West
From late arrival to early breakfast - perfect
Very nice room, great beds and ambiente.
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... the worst house for someone with an extreme case of FOMO). Im super excited though for tomorrow to start placement !!! I'll try to take a few photos the next few days to show you guys :) Love you all Breezy mag out Ps my roomie just wrote this on her Facebook. I don't think it's the smartest thing ever as it isn't a great comparison but I did enjoy it and want to remember it. Hunger has killed more people than Ebola but no one cares about it because rich people can't get ...
... necklace, whether or not its authentic as they say is possibly
debatable, but a shark tooth necklace is something I’ve always wanted so I left
quite thrilled after this whole experience.
From here I wandered through a really good
gourmet food market, and then sat near the waterfront before heading back to
the hotel to get myself sorted for my departure the following morning.
... tour of the early people of SA and the different tribes. From here we met bus and were taken to the waterfront where we found our own lunch and then were off to Robben Island. Nine members of our group stayed back and went to the hotel instead. Boat ride to the island took 45 minutes then a tour guide took us into the prison and we met our prison guide, a former inmate who spent 12 years in the prison at the same time as Nelson ...
... on time. Flipping French.
What I want. What I really, really want. Is a photo at the sign with no one else in shot. The last time I came here two years ago it was a complete scrum. No one would get out of shot. And everyone was pushing and shoving. But it was a bus load of Italians.
Two coachloads are already there. It's going to be a nightmare again. Especially as I hear French being spoken. But. Surprisingly. It's all very orderly. Their South ...
... of the day was a tour of several townships that SHAWCO is placed in. First, Kensington township. We visited the KenStep program for kids that is an afterschool program for grades 4-11. Then, Kalsaylitsha was the Dell sponsored computer lab was. Here is where we all got a good taste of some culture shock. The housing in these areas was just as I remember Africa to have. Put together with random pieces of material, dirt floors, no electricity or running water. ...