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My decision to travel throughout Southern Africa with my mom started as an unrealistic dream. Then we thought, why don't we camp instead of paying an absurd amount of money on hotel rooms? So started the plan for trekking through Africa protected from the Big 5 only by the thin canvas of our two person tent. However the trip didn't start that way. Instead we found ourselves in a 5 star hotel sipping ...
... be able to come up with some more (and more difficult) reading and writing exercises to challenge these kids more. If anyone has any activities that relate to that I would love to have them! Probably the best way to contact me would be here, Facebook, or the application called Viber. This morning we are in Fish Hoek shopping and exploring and this afternoon we will go to Simonstown to see the penguins! There is a tour that we are taking ...
... had LOADS of time to get there, even having a coffee and brekkie on the way, only to be met by a massive United Air check-in mob where priority flight times meant nothing and we were minutes away from missing the flight. And who hasn't booked a ridiculously cheap flight on-line wondering if the itinerary you printed out was really just a fake and someone out there was taking a real flight with the money you paid to them? I breath a huge sigh of relief when the check-in agent looks up ...
Today was another patient visit day with the home care workers. I was paired with Megan and our care worker was Francis. After Corey and I were presented with small Nike key chains from Carol, an awesome gift, we began the long walk to our first patient, Magdelene who was a 60 year old who had suffered a stroke, was diabetic, and had no use of her left side. We bathed and massaged her limbs, though I will admit that Megan had ...
... sister. At the time, she was searching for Michelle who had wandered off. We offered to point her in Nicole's direction if we saw her in our own wanderings, but we never did see either one of them again.
We spent a good 2 hours at Kirschenboch, including an all-too-brief foray into the gift shop, before getting back in the car and heading off. Personally, I could have spent a week there, exploring the gardens. It was definitely one of the major highlights of ...
Other places to stay in Durbanville
8 Uitsig Cresent, Durbanville | Hotelfrom $101
Durbanville, Durbanville | Hotelfrom $90
14 Langeberg Rd, Durbanville | 4 star hotelfrom $95
9 De Villiers Drive, Durbanville | Hotelfrom $157
29 High (Hoog) St., Durbanville | Hotelfrom $83