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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Glorious day. Hot. Today we headed to Robben Island. This experience was very humbling. We were privileged to have an ex political prisoner Reuben as our guide through the prison. I would recommend this tour and appreciate the experience although as a world heritage listed site I think there should be some investment in the preservation and the tourism aspect of this site. On the way back the bay was coated ...
... also has sun chairs for those who do not want to go for a dip and just want to sit by the pool, and soak in the beautiful South African sun. The rooms were very clean when I arrived to to hotel room everything I wanted to have a relaxed time was there, another good aspect of the hotel was the rooms weren't small at all there was plenty of room. For all of this the hotel seems like it would be expensive but for only $95 a night ...
... made of hardwood and canvas. As the directions explain, the chairs conjure up a romantic feeling as an example of "Laudator Temporis Acti - the romance of an age gone by." He plans to have beers in the chairs (in the apartment) this evening. See photo. As of Day 1 we do not exactly know the route we will take, although discussed many times over. We have an idea of starting up through Namibia, across the Caprivi Strip into Bots, Zim & Zam, perhaps Malawi ...
Got up and walked to the train station, and having just missed a train had a look round a little market across the road. I finally replaced my sunglasses and Debbie bought a S/A hat and some fried dough ball things. Got on the train, trying to find the 'first class' carriage we'd booked, but they all seemed the same, so sat anywhere and enjoyed the journey, which went right along next to the sea at ...
... a shark would essentially always brush up against the cage. Don't know what else to say besides look at the pictures, and definitely do it if you're ever in Cape Town. Day 3 in Cape Town I just relaxed and went shopping because I had nothing to go out in. I had all hiking clothing which is great for hiking not so much for clubbing. We went to another of those amazing markets to start the night, went back to the hostel to change and drink some more before heading out to Long ...