Dolphin Inn Guesthouse-Blouberg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to stuff ourselves with some incredible sushi. I had a delicious shot of saki with an oyster and quail egg! The other dishes were very good, particularly the salmon granades and tempura prawns. We both ate too much and drank too much Italian beer.
First we toured the waterfront, and then we headed over to the Craft Market and some other shops for a couple of hours. We emptied our pockets and now have some great souveniers for ourselves, family and ...
I arrived in Cape Town in June and stayed for the first month in a guest house in Table View. There were only Germans which was boring to me and in July I moved to a guest house in Bloubergrant where mostly people from South Africa stayed during the winter months. I am still there and tourists start coming now.
In the first weeks I was busy doing the paper work for the Quota Work Permit. Although I used an immigration ...
It's difficult to find the perfect words to describe how I feel about this trip. There were so many ups and downs of emotions that I can't pin point an exact word. I am beyond thankful for the people that I was honored to meet. Especially the group I travelled with. I've never been in a group where we all got along so well and enjoyed each other 24/7. I gained friends for life on this trip. I learned from our healthcare experience that South Africa is behind ...
To begin our final day, we ha one last thing to do. Robben Island. Robben Island is South Africa's version of Alkatraz. It's an island off the coast of Cape Town that held many prisoners for many years. We had a bus your around the island (yawn) and then was able to see some of the prison and how prisoners were treated, fed, and housed. We also was able to see Nelson Mandela's cell also. That ...
In the desert it gets awfully cold at night I learned because there aren't any clouds in the sky to hold in the heat of the day. Our morning safari was very brisk. We packed for the 80 degree day. Good thing they had blankets on the jeep. Ok so we entered in the same gates and just as yesterday went right to the ridge to view all the animals feeding in the morning. There were so many! Wait did you see dorm thing move there in the bushes CJ? "Huh, where? Oh! That! That's an ...