Ivory Heights Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... 1, jokingly we asked him if he could fetch us some pizza and surprisingly he said he could as they were going on a tour round town and on the way back he would get 4 large pizza's of varying flavours, one vegetarian for Irene, and he duly returned an hour later with said pizza!!
Our hotel on the diamant vineyard is fabulous what a spectacular place. They have 2 dogs, a Jack Russell called Jerry and a spatial ...
... 6 weeks with her! My classroom is in one of those shipping containers - the long ones that you see near docks all piled up. Pretty small area for 25 kids! But honestly you kind of forget what these kids lives are really like till you look out the window and past the barbed wire and see the shacks and the people walking around and you are reminded that you're in the middle of a township .... It's intense it really is We finish at the centre at around 12:30-1 as the ...
... St George's Cathedral where I finished off my afternoon. This cathedral held some good history of what South Africa has been through, it is the oldest standing cathedral in South Africa. I highly recommend this place to a school group that has come to learn about history and the Geographic’s of Cape Town.
After I ...
Where do I start!! So far the best valentines day ever- thank you GWM you are a legend It's been a really hot day today up in the thirties! Sun cream and shorts needed. So we headed to the water front for a walk and lunch, which was gorgeous fresh fish platter for only ...
... excited about this dining experience because I almost wrote more about the food we ate than the sharks we saw.
Saturday, we didn't plan anything crazy since we were planning on going out oops....but we (on our mission to eat out way through SA) had plans to go to a place called Mizonis in the Gugulethu township. Basically, you go inside, pick out what types of meat you want - chicken, pork, beef, lamb, and sausage - they weigh it, and then cook it (called braying) for you. ...