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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... answer to that last question is of course "because that is the way it is". One of our guides was born in S.A., Cape Town specifically, during apartheid. From the day he was born, he was taught that segregation, racism, and all of things that we see as terrible were "just the way it was". We all think that they should just know it was wrong but when it is all you have ever known, all you have ever seen, all you have ever been taught, you ...
... too cold (plus we had on wetsuits) and I was a little better at it than I thought I would be! I even stood up a few times haha. Even though we weren't experts, the whole thing was such a great time, I mean, we were surfing off the coast of South Africa!! We ate lunch in Muzienberg and tried a few local beers, here they have cider as well that I really liked. We came back to Ocean View to work with the reading club (every Friday). I'm ...
... watched the sun set over the ocean. One of our days was spent driving down to Cape Point and round the Cape. It was just as blustery as the last time we we were here. Maybe it always is. We saw lots of baboons, and stopped to see the penguins on Boulder Beach though. Animals always cheer us up. We drove the Chapman's Peak road back to Camps Bay - a spectacular tollway that's cut into the western cliff and has a great view of the sun setting every afternoon. Unfortunately ...
... cool being at the very end of Africa, and it is a wild coast. After the point we went to go and see the Africa penguins! They are really adorable. We saw the, waddling around, surfing in the waves, cuddling with their babies, and doing other penguin like things. See pictures On our way back we stopped in the fishing village, Hout Bay, for some delicious Hake (a very rich and flaky white fish) and calamari and chips which was delicious and recommended ...
... extremely cool. The doctor that performed the heart transplant perfected his technique by operating on 48 dogs. When the doctor finally felt comfortable enough to do one on a human they chose a terminally ill patient with cellulitis, respiratory issues, and mild diabetes. Therefore if the patient died on the table it wasn't a healthy individual. Dr. Christiaan Barnard was the lead doctor responsible for the first transplant who felt comfortable and ...