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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Hot tub
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
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... to deal with), poor directions, not finding the office we're supposed to be at, and seeing the impoverished areas we're surrounded by. For the most part we see really poor areas that are riddled with stray dogs, trash, and people crossing the street in front of traffic. Some of the clinics are very welcoming, and helpful, while some are rather hostile, and seemingly annoyed by our presence. Either way, we get in, get out, and are exhausted when ...
... stroll was unfortunately cut short as a number of the trails have been closed due to winter storm damage but it was still very pleasant. The coffees were the most expensive of our trip (at £1.50) and even raised the eyebrows of the SA resident. We then moved on to Kleinmond Harbour where we had an early lunch in a 'tranquil garden'. It was very ...... tranquil!. Mike enquired whether we would like to return the way we came or via Franschhoek which ...
... I spent the entirety of it focussing on not being sick. That being said we saw a lot of seals and that was really cool! From there we headed to boulders beach home to the African penguins. This was crazy cool! They are so cute and you can see them really close up. After that we headed for a drive to the Cape where we ditched the van and boarded some pretty uncomfortable bikes. We rode along the Cape and met the van for some tasty lunch. After that ...
... slaves, merchants, labourers and immigrants. However, during the Apartheid the removal of peoples and eventually the demolishment of the area took place. The food was traditional South African food served as a buffet. It was by far the best meal, maybe because it was our last. Overall, the play was interesting and fun. However, we couldn't really talk with one another and I thought that was the point of the farewell dinner - because we wouldn't really be seeing much ...
... pretty much beats you to death. He told us a story that happened recently where a man robbed a family, and when he was found he was badly beaten, had a tire hung from his neck, was doused in petroleum and set on fire. He burned to ashes before the police showed up, and even at that point there is nobody to arrest because it really is a community action. Our guide said that the only way to not be killed is to either pretend you are dead, or if you are lucky the police will get there ...