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Travel Blogs from Durbanville
... for sale, a toilet, and a stuffy, crowded waiting area. One escalator almost, just almost, got me today. But haha! I realized just in time only to make three people trip over me at the top as I did an about face to change direction. Oops. My final love is staying as long as possibly allowed in the airport before boarding a flight just so I can use the toilet one last time. Is anyone else deathly frightened of the flush on an airplane? Thought so. See you at the back of the boarding ...
... Africa... so later we dragged them out of hibernation (Taylor being the worst) to go out with us. Now we are all sitting around blogging and trying to remember the events of yesterday and really still try to take it all in. Jen's doing her research on great white cage diving too, so hopefully we will be able to fit that in this weekend...if not we can the last Monday! ...
Happy Easter from Duncan Dock in Cape Town, South Africa!
The ship did not leave last night as expected due to high winds and refueling procedures so here we are only three hundred yards away from our original dock, looking out to Table Mountain and all of Cape Town but are unable to get off and explore.
I slept in until *********** ten this morning because I am feeling really stuffed up and sick. I attended both of my classes (yes even though it is Easter and I am ...
... was going to get left behind! I
did the only thing I could think of and used the fact that I was the only girl
to my advantage…I let out a little shriek (yes, a girly yelp…urgh, cringe)!
Loud enough to get most of the men to stop for a split second and look at me at
which point Graham heaved himself up and squeezed in beside me. THANK GOD!!!!
Once in Churchgate we trawled the streets looking for the FRRO
building. We knew it was behind a ...
... was yelling Wyneberg. There are taxis here that are just big vans; they cram as many people as they can and take you wherever you need to go for 8 Rand which is about 1 US dollar. They are not the best mode of transportation but they are everywhere here! When you walk (anyway!) you just hear people yelling Wyneberg or other towns names. Random guys just hang out the doors of these vans and yell at you, hoping that you are going to Wyneberg or wherever. So anyway, Asynda ...
Other places to stay in Durbanville
Durbanville, Durbanville | Hotelfrom $90
8 Uitsig Cresent, Durbanville | Hotelfrom $104
14 Langeberg Rd, Durbanville | 4 star hotelfrom $91
9 De Villiers Drive, Durbanville | Hotelfrom $120
29 High (Hoog) St., Durbanville | Hotelfrom $80