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... Of course me and my bum wouldn't recommend seeing it by bike though, turns out to see those mountain ranges and valleys you need to ride up some bloody big hills. Holy gamolly did my bum hurt by the end of the day, oh and the beginning of the day and also all of the next day. Didn't help either that we when we finally got to the top of the biggest hill in the world that would never end that the winery/restaurant of choice would not serve us as they were closing soon (it was ...
... it seemed that they had stolen my small metal box I had in one of my bag´s pockets. We used to put there some extra money back in Malawi or Zambia but this time it was luckily empty. I´d love to see their faces when they opened the box :)
At 18.00 our bus departed from Windhoek to Cape Town. We managed to occupy two seats without having another person next to us. The journey lasted 20 hours. We reached the border between Namibia and South Africa at 4.00 in the ...
... remove the first people from District Six. As the City and population of District Six continued to grow, the municipality did not provide adequate water and refuse facilities. Roads were left to deteriorate and landlords took little interest in the maintenance and upkeep of their houses. The government used this neglect to refer to District Six as a slum to justify the removals based on race.
In 1950 the Apartheid government passed a law which forced people into ...
... housing that occupied 4 families in a room! very sad and shocking), Settler's Way (affectionately known as the Beverly Hills of Langa, where the well-to-do live),
Joe Slovo (the area of Langa that the hollywood movie Safe House was filmed - see the link below!), Robert 7 Memorial (spot where 7 men were assassinated post-apartheid), the Amy Behiel Foundation and Memorial (an American student who was murdered for being in the ...
Made it to Cape Town safely after a veryyyyyy long journey but I am loving it!
After landing in London on Friday, we were able to take the train into the city and spend our 10-hour layover there! 5 of us had been there already but two of my friends had never been so it was fun to show them around. We went to Buckingham Palace (my favorite), Big Ben, and also stopped at this "Winter Wonderland" festival they have in Hyde Park which we also went to when we were there for ...
Other places to stay in Durbanville
8 Uitsig Cresent, Durbanville | Hotelfrom $101
14 Langeberg Rd, Durbanville | 4 star hotelfrom $95
9 De Villiers Drive, Durbanville | Hotelfrom $157
29 High (Hoog) St., Durbanville | Hotelfrom $83