Hottentots View Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Can't remember the last time we had a bath! At breakfast we were offered a change of rooms to one with king size bed, bath AND shower, private balcony and sea view. After a bit of persuasion, we agreed to move! During the morning we went for a two hour walk along the cliff path and saw a Cape Grey Mongoose, a sunbird, a dassie, a family of guinea fowl and heard a variety of other birds. Back in town for a coffee and then a snack lunch and a beer. ...
... from buller jäger bombs. The power went out at one stage when we were in the pub and no one but us newbies found it surprising. They just lit the candles and kept serving..... There's one girl here who acts and looks exactly like Tamara! It's crazy. She's intimidating as hell at the current moment but I won Tbanger over I can win this chick. Chelsea, there's also heaps of Canadians! The chick who looks like Tamara has the best Canadian accent I actually ...
... have walked around them about 10 times before finally deciding what to eat, settling on a delicious mushroom kebab with about 7 different mushroom varieties, an empanada, a local ale and a bag of my favourite new snack, biltong. The rest of the market is mostly fashion with local designers setting up stalls. The clothes are beautiful but certainly not cheap! Window shopping for me. That afternoon I visited the Slave Lodge Museum to learn about the history of slavery ...
... found a nice spot (Blues) we ordered a few beers and started to people watch. One beer down Janine realised she did not have her iPhone. Thinking we had left it in the car we quickly went back to find it. Arriving back at the car the iPhone was no where to be seen and panic quickly set in (at least for Janine, of course I was cool and calm :-).
With Janine in tears (facing the reality of yet another lost iPhone) and me perplexed, we retraced ...
... and non-white people. We began our tour by dropping by the District 6 museum. Cape Town had been divided into 6 different districts in the 1970's, and District 6 became a racially diverse and vibrant community. Then in 1972, the government ruled that District 6 would become a solely white community and began forcing black and colored people into townships a considerable distance from the city, ruining their communities and putting these people far away from the places they worked. ...