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Travel Blogs from Durbanville
... the only thing may put you off is the smell. Yeah Cape fur seals are smelly beasts and their poo covering the island as well as floating around in the water. Maybe it's their way to discourage the sharks, which are known of their fantastic smell sense. No, not really. After the bout trip we head off to Boulders Penguin Colony in Simons Town. Was a really good time to see the penguins there, as they ...
... bag as I inched the zipper shut bit by bit until it could hold not even a marble more. We queue up waiting for our bags to be scanned and with shock and horror I see that they are doing a full open inspection of every checked bag. Oh god. Please help me. There is no way this bag is coming open again without a scene. As we slowly crawl forward in the line I try to figure out a way to avoid the inevitable. Ok, my turn. I hoist my heavy bag up onto the rickety wood table. "Please open ...
... are surprising us with a little something tomorrow so we will see what happens:)
Going to the chemist clinic again tonight but I already went and I don't want to be selfish so the 3 other girls are going tonight to shadow. I will bring them down there because Len the pharmacist knows me well enough that we have a hug relationship now. pretty special ;) So tonight is just curry, blogging, and perhaps a few glasses of some African wine. Yes ...
... the context of a fight for recognition and resources. A common saying is that coloreds were not ‘white’ enough during Apartheid and are not ‘black’ enough post-Apartheid. Their intermediary status in South African society makes the colored identity an incredibly interesting one. What is most interesting to me, however, is how the colored identity has come to mean so much more than the pigmentation of ...
... in my mind of was I getting to the top or not, I knew how it would feel to conquer it!!! Was out of breath, legs were ******, but we started to hear music after about an hour and a quarter....we stopped for breaks and water along the way but did it in quite good time...then came to the man playing a glockenspiel in a traditionally African way and I loved him for it, the music gave me hope we were almost there and he said we only had about 10 mins left! I gave him ...
Other places to stay in Durbanville
Durbanville, Durbanville | Hotelfrom $90
8 Uitsig Cresent, Durbanville | Hotelfrom $101
14 Langeberg Rd, Durbanville | 4 star hotelfrom $95
9 De Villiers Drive, Durbanville | Hotelfrom $157
29 High (Hoog) St., Durbanville | Hotelfrom $80