De Molen Guest House
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... br> the last day I am working at my internship work place where I have been working
the last 5 months, but with more mixed feelings I am preparing myself for next
Monday, the last day that I will be working for Siyakhathala. Although I am happy
with the period of less hectic experiences and stressful working days to come,
and exited to see my family and friends again, I can’t imagine to no longer be
... t wait to show it to my guy!
Just another word to tell you about Long Street. This is an
avenue with all the bars at night. It has some pretty houses, dutch style. I’ll
show you some pictures I took today of that street. The music here is really
good and let me tell you, people here can dance! Wow! One of the bar we went to
had a rooftop. We were standing there with our drinks with an unimaginable ...
... town most peeps went down to this rock formation on the water to watch the sunset, bottle of sparkling wine and flutes in hand, whereas Jen and Leonie and I decided to stay at the house and watch it from the comfort of our poolside lounge chairs (also with sparkling wine......there was no way we were missing out on that). You readers get the benefit of sunset pictures of both. The sunset was absolutely magnificent and we all regrouped around 7:45 once night ...
... quirky home himself. The kitchen is built using part of the mountain as a wall, the upstairs bathrooms have glass roofs, and Tony built a lot of the furniture using teak wood from travels to Thailand. They treated us to a homemade South African dinner that was absolutely delicious. Moulva pudding... yes I got the recipe! The next day we walked up through the coastal towns along the beach, and took the train back to make our hosts our newly learned recipe: ...
... into her community. We all hopped back on the bus, and then I hopped off again at the next stop. We had hit the beach and there was a restaurant there so some of us got off. There were a couple of American fellows, one about 50, the other in his 70's, that just arrived in Cape Town the day before. I had lunch with them and they interesting stories. They both have previously lived in Canada (Both Alberta), and the older fellow said "My house is the one directly to the left of ...