Gable Manor Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... parted ways with Glen and Crissie today to do our own thing, we spent the day around the city including V&A waterfront where we mooched through markets, went on a Ferris wheel for a great view of Cape Town and drooled over the yachts...well James did. We caught the cable car up Table Mountain and were blown away with the view, we sat on a rock and took it all in. It was hot! Much hotter than I thought today would be when I put on jeans this ...
... work in some rehab facility or the hospital and then volunteer in the townships. I thought the need for SLPs in the US was high.... here they are very very rare. Afikaans shouldn't be too hard to learn...
After the tour of the facility, we went to Manenberg to go out with our home based care workers. We only got to see two patients.. one just with severe varicose veins in her calf and then the other with arthritis. So not a very eventful day in that ...
... herbed butter and the nougat parfait for dessert. We only order a sparkling wine to start and then settle on water with the rest of the meal as Erik is going to have to drive after all of this. We will come to La Petite Ferme each time we are in Franschhoek and we have Dieter to thank for introducing us to this wonderful restaurant! All told, including the purchase of our six bottles, it cost us 1235 rand, about 100 quid. 100 quid ...
... look after the children live at the orphanage...occasionally leaving for a weekend back to their home. They definitely have their work cut out for them.
Four o'clock. Oh 4:00...the time has a whole new meaning these days. It used to be Oprah time but is now BATH TIME! Lilian and I are in charge of bathing 10 to 11 of the 18 kids each night. It started out chaotic the first few days but we now have it down pretty well to avoid the most crying, ...
... Walmer High School and Kayamandi that will hopefully be fostered over the years.
We then did some touristy things in Stellenbosch, visited some wineries and vineyards, and explored “downtown” Stellenbosch and the university. It was once again, super nice to be visiting with people we knew and quite comforting. One of the best advantages to us all living in different parts of South Africa, is that we have people to ...