4 Heaven Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... camera shops and the site seeing bus office. Before long I was heading up to Table Mountain, ready to explore the best that Cape Town had to offer. So here I am and the view is breathtaking! The rest of the day I ended up going to a restaurant in Camps Bay with a few other travellers and enjoying a lovely meal before turning in for the night. A lovely start to my stay in Cape ...
... go to sleep like a baby, means drunk and happy lol ❤️⚽️
Hoje meu ultimo Nomad Friend foi embora, Ervin. Fizemos uma party party no meu quarto ontem a noite pra acabar com o estoque de bebidas que nossos amigos deixaram pra mim. Informo desde já que provavelmente ao final dessa trip precisarei de um tempo num spa, perdendo uns kilos e me recuperando do alcoolismo!!!
Hoje sou só eu...by myself!!! Me sinto um pouco ...
... to apartheid.
We drove to Table Mountain to take the cable car to the top but unfortunately the cable car was closed due to high winds. Many people die climbing Table Moutain.
For dinner this evening we went to a restaurant in Cape Town called Beluga which served Sushi and Dim Sum as well as traditional entrees.The food was very good and the restaurant was crowded. At the table next to us was the golfer Gary Player who came to saw ...
... we were walking to our next patient when a car drove by with a lady hanging out the window with a megaphone screaming at people to have their children vaccinated for polio. As we kept walking back to the next patient, we came up on some kids playing jump rope, so we joined in for a bit. While jumping rope, I had this conversation with a guy:
Guy- "Are you from Britain?"
Me- "No. America."
Guy- "Are ...
... the apartheid era in the colored areas.
On the traffic island beside Church square is the old slave tree where slaves were sold till emancipation in 1834. The nearby Groote Kerk (mother church of the Dutch Reformed Church) has an understated external appearance (especially considering the grand and bizarre examples we had seen in Spain earlier in this trip). The interior was also sparsely appointed but we were quite surprised to see the ...