African Peninsula Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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... for over a hundred people! Everyone was in really good spirits so it didn’t feel at all threatening. We only saw 4 other white people in the whole stadium (and they were supporting the other team) so I think everyone was just really happy that we were wearing pirates strips and had gone to watch the football with them.
In the evening it was yet another brai, this time trying ostrich meat which tastes completely different from steak contrary to ...
... a visit. After the gardens we went up to a view point and then along the beaches at the front before going back to the ship for lunch.
As we set sail we had a party on the pool deck and lots of hectic dancing after dinner. Must be the heat as all the aches and pains I had back in England have disappeared
PS I had more photos but they just wont upload from the ship- lousy ...
... of the tour company. This worked both in our favour and against. His English was impeccable as it was the only language he spoke – something I didn’t think would ever be the case for someone in SA. He told us a lot about the history and the cultures in SA as well as painting a similar (but I suppose opposite) picture as Louis of the politics and separation in the country. He said that in SA there are about 47 million people, 4 million of which are white. ...
... he huge areas of farmland and when you get closer to Durban the large number of forest areas. The road is also tough on trucks - there was one truck carrying some huge logs that had jackknifed into the central reservation and numerous others that had shredded tyres or were in need of attention. Next time I will take the plane! Every time I have been in South Africa I have been told ...
... was very relaxed, and full of little odds and ends. Would definitely recommend to anyone planning on travelling in the future to stay two or three days instead- as nice as it was to relax, you can definitely see everything in less time. (That being said, I would still love to come back here later in life and stay at the fabulous Victoria Falls Hotel- which we discussed as we had cocktails in Victoria Falls Hotel!) The 'thief' in the story comes from ...