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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... to entertain themselves for about 45 minutes while we had a quick drinks stop. That decision was almost a disaster as max and Adam decided to go shopping and when we got to the departure gate they weren't there. We were the last 9 passengers they were waiting on and I had to explain that in fact we were only 7 as there were 2 kids somewhere in the airport. They agreed to hold the flight while Wayne ...
... still made our connecting flight in London and we arrived at JFK at about 11:00 AM Tuesday morning. When we got to Samir's house, his mother had made us a rice dish and served us orange juice. I love Samir's parents! They were very warm and welcoming and his little daughters were absolutely adorable in their casual sundresses and painted toenails. ...
... shining of the granite after the rain. Paarl is the Africaan word for pearl.
Upon entering the wine region our first stop was the Drakenstein prison where Nelson Mandela was released on February 11th, 1990 Drakenstein Correctional Centre (formerly Victor Verster Prison) is a low-security prison between Paarl and Franschhoek, on the R301 road 5 km from the R45 Huguenot Road, in the valley of the Dwars River in the Western Cape of South Africa. The ...
... the term was from a Prince song with the same title. Anyway, the exhibit was small and was comprised mainly of photos and personal stories.
The interior of the cathedral itself was beautiful. We felt like we'd suddenly been transplanted into a European church, what with the high, narrow stone arches and gorgeous stained glass windows. We noticed a large white sheet hanging in one of the alcoves, on which many people had written personal messages, ...
... the moment of truth! Yes, I was the first one to board Mhondoro! I had the advantage of choosing where I wanted to sit on this first day of my overland safari tour! But guess where I chose to sit!
Not wanting to show too much greed, I chose to sit in the second row on the right side of the vehicle while hoping that I ...