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... glimpse of Mandela's cell as his window was fourth in from the left. We had a walk around and then it was time for the finale and to queue up to see the famous cell that Mandela spent 18 years in.
I was shocked at how small and uncomfortable it seemed. Just a mat on the floor with a pillow and blanket, a table, and a bucket for his toilet. To sleep in here every night for 18 years must have been awful.
Coming away from the island I was surprised ...
... parents, a flat screen TV and an armchair. Further into the township was the less well off area, where they visited a tin shack no bigger than a small double bedroom, inhabited by a couple and two children. It only had a double bed, a fridge, a two ringed electric cooker and a cupboard. No washing facilities and the toilets were communal. The children slept in the bed and the parents slept on the floor. This was to save the children from the rats. Before setting of ...
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This blog is about recapturing some of my experiences to inspire and show others that there is more to the world as you currently know it. It's also for myself, so that one day when I'm old and senile, I'll be able to look back to these posts and reminisce over some of the best days of my life...the ones that molded and shaped me into the person I am today.
... departs. We were told they were sold out and there was "No Wait List or Que." However, the guy working at door of the Mandela Museum said he'd try to help get us tickets, so we waited. They took a headcount on the 11 a.m. boat and we were lucky to get the last two seats due to "No Shows." There was sort of a wait list, but just didn't tell folks for obvious reasons. We were so happy because that was one of the things we had planned to do.
... both got a seafood platter for our main with consisted of half a crayfish, sweet chilli king prawns and mussels in a garlic white wine sauce with some rice. And it was finished and made a perfect meal with a crème brulee. OMG; what a meal – I hope the pictures do it justice!
We then went for a short wander around town before jumping into a minibus taxi back to our hostel. That evening, mainly due to being rather ...