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Travel Blogs from Camps Bay
... our chairs were sliding from one table to the next. An interesting way to meet the people on the next table but not much time to chat before we slid away again! As you will have guessed we are lucky in that we do not get seasick. There were plenty of guests who never ventured from their cabins all evening. We attended the Show which was one of the artistes singing operatic arias. Although the ship was rocking she never overbalanced once- very ...
... They also passed a law, the Group Areas Act, which made it illegal for people of different races to live in the same area. In 1966 District Six was declared a "whites only" area. Between 1966 and 1980 60,000 people who lived in District Six were forcibly removed and the houses and shops bulldozed to the ground. The government wanted to remove all evidence of District Six, except for a few religious symbols. District Six was one of many areas around Cape Town which ...
... green dress. Dr. Brew felt tough today because she did her Insanity workout and a 3-mile run this morning (haha). Most of the time this family didn’t have food or electricity, and when snooping around, a rotten tomato and 1 egg was found. This cute lady definitely pulled on our heart strings. Can’t wait to see her Friday!
With lots of time left, we saw a 5th patient. It was pretty simple because the family was able ...
... 8221; shape…..
I’ll just let you all digest that for a second… (no pun intended)
Well that’s all that’s fit to print for now. New blog absolutely brimming with apartment-living adventures to come very soon :)
Good luck on exams to all my friends, and hope everyone is enjoying the beginnings of Spring!
... while we were there, the clouds would evaporate before actually reaching Cape Town. It was a pretty spectacular site, and our pictures probably don't capture it fully. If you want to get to the top of Table Mountain, you can either hike or take the Cableway. You're all guessing we hiked up, right? Nope! We took the lazy route and took the tram up. And I'm so glad we did! Not just because it was hot and sunny and a climb of over 3000 ft, but ...