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... turns out he was gripping the wrong lever for the back brakes. It was to funny, and he decided an extra cup of coffee was needed. Marek, Andy and I headed off into the off road/construction. 2km in I tried to get up a slope to get on smoother (ok smaller rocks) road and came off. So embarrassing, Marek held AWOL and watched kids, and Kendy helped with clean up. Nothing to major, 3 cuts and some more bruises, all videoed by a kid on his phone. Ok, ...
Mzolis is something that I've constantly heard about from all the volunteers, it's another must do while here, at least once apparently. So we got a group together that hadn't done it yet (and a few that had) and decided to go on Sunday. So it's this random place in a township just outside of Cape Town that is not just a local thing to do but some tourists as well. It's a huge barbecue pretty much. When everyone was talking about It, me and bones (another ...
We woke to a beautifully stunning morning - table mountain outside the hotel window was looking awesome - not a cloud or breath of wind. So after breakfast we headed up there. Consensus was to cable car up and walk down. The boys organized tickets online in order to avoid the queue - heaven forbid that we might have to stand in line for anything. Cable car was very cool - the floor rotated 360 degrees ...
Cape Town is a city of 4 million, traffic jams and high rises. No more huge spiders and frogs in our shoes. The last night at our camp in Botswana, we found 9 frogs in our room! Cape Town reminds me of Rio de Janeiro! Pristine beaches, the cable car ride to Table Mountain, business and government centers, extreme poverty and every luxury. Last night we enjoyed a delicious home hosted dinner with a working family in the suburb, Grassy Park. Yesterday, the Victoria and ...
Today we slept in and all feel very refreshed. Breakfast was unbelievable, even had a person playing the piano in the background. Check out our hotel lobby area. We went for a walk around the harbour area today and some of us did a spot of shopping. Had PDD's in our room as we missed out on lunch polished off another bottle of bubbles. Then went to dinner in the ***********tails only $5, so we took advantage of ...
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29 High Street, Durbanville | Hotelfrom $83