De Oude Caab Country House
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... But I loved it so much! Unfortunately though the rec house got broken into and laptops, iPhones and iPads were stolen. People blamed those who hiked because we must've nor shut the door properly. So that was not a fun morning for a lot of people. That night we went out to Lagerchinos which is a pizza bar place for dinner,. It was tyler and Craig's last night (they are a daughter and father Aussies from Coffs Harbour ) . They were hilarious and everyone was sad ...
We took advantage of cool, slightly cloudy morning to make the 2 hour climb up to Table Mountain. Ascending Platterklip gorge through fragrant flowering fynbos, moist clouds rising around us, the climb is rocky & quite steep. slow & steady ! The clouds cleared as we reached the top, feeling a sense of achievement & enjoying great views over Capetown & along the coast.
The afternoon was spent at ...
... producing about 95%25 of this unique type of wine in the entire world. This leads me to believe that there is a lot of potential lying in marketing and distributing this wine around the world. As I was able to learn about it and taste it for the first time, I believe there's a lot of hidden potential profits in exporting this wine into new markets and distributing it on a large scale through the use of effective advertisement campaigns. ...
... of the hill anyways.
It took us maybe 1,5 hours to get to the top of the Lionīs Head. Again we were rewarded by a stunning view. We took a few pictures and started heading back. We were glad to make it to our hostel at 21. 30.
Not the best beginning of the year 2014 :( However, it was another very strong African experience that will remain in our minds till the rest of our lives. We were so fortunate nothing similar had happened during our travelling ...
... at the schools would run up to me shouting "Luga! Luga!" which means "white man" in Xhosa. It was hilarious to all my co-workers and at the same time I was so overwhelmed with the kindness and gratitude expressed to me by the students and faculty. I was shocked by the environment at the schools. There were 38 kids in the classroom that I was visiting and the environment was hectic. There were some great aspects about the schools in terms of the community, there was even a gospel ...
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