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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Today we are traveling to the Cape of Good Hope, it is also called Cape Point. There is so much information about this area, looking forward to this trip. Our book tells us that
there is about,7750 hectare (not sure if one hectare is the same as one acre) this area is part of Table Mountain National Park which includes awesome scenery, fantastic ...
... where we had a funny and very informative guide. The second part was a visit inside the jail guided by an ex-political prisoner. This made the experience very real and emotional. What Nelson Mandella and the political prisoners endured throughout their time in prison was heart-wrenching. Mandella's solitary cell in which he stayed for 18 years was made up of bare concert floors, a thin squab as an bed, a ...
... this may be silly but not being able to change/freshen up after departing from our flight to Cape Town. We went straight to Table Mountain once we landed. Observations for career/ business include, ideas for exporting some of the handmade crafts at the local market or working with someone who can make them back in states for sale. I know the products would sell because they are very unique and ...
It was hard to wake up for our 7a.m. safari excursion this morning, especially after a luxurious sleep in a king size bed. It was quite a bit colder out than we expected so we warmed up with coffee before departing. We entered the gate and immediately saw a buffalo, one of the Big 5. It only took a matter of minutes before it decided to attack our safari truck. It was something to get your blood pressure rising in the morning. ...
... bathing suit from deep in his pack or somewhere after a week of Jim hunting for it. However, I am appreciative of all logistics being taken care of thus releasing Jim and I from multiple daily decisions and/or negotiations which can get exhausting.
Our G Adventure continues after 'experiencing the ecstasy of flight’, with our first stop deep in the Namibian desert at a farm. I have no idea what could possibly be farmed at this place as the earth is hard and dry ...