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TravelPod Member ReviewsKingslyn Guesthouse Cape Town
a very nice gust house about a 15 minute walk to the waterfront . I would highly recommend if you are staying for a few days in Capetown
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... decision to pop in just to say hello. If you're old enough to remember the opening credits of the Beverly Hillbillies when the Clampetts pull up to the mansion in their jalopy, you can envision our predicament. Don & Jill insisted on seeing the Wounded Zebra and their reaction was not unlike someone witnessing a traffic accident- you want to look away but you just keep staring. After digesting the horrors of 1 Star travel, Don T insisted on ...
... nice fire in the lounge that helped us warm up before lunch. After lunch we returned to the hotel.
Our finale dinner was at Gold Restaurant. Before dinner, we learned how to play the bongos. It's been a long time since I hit my hand on a drum. I love the sound. It reminded me of the late nights I would stay up listening to my uncles and cousins play drums in the night air at the firehouse. I love that ...
... don’t really want to travel into the inner city. Jo-berg is notoriously known for its crime and it was advised to us from many people we met from South Africa along our travels to not go into the city. Luckily, within 2-3 kms of Bob’s Bunkhouse was every kind of store we needed in order to buy the camping supplies we needed.
Brock spent the two days we were in Jo-berg lying in bed being sick and I did the shopping that we needed to do. I ...
Most visitors to Africa want to tick off the "Big 5" - Elephant, Lion, Buffalo, Leopard & Rhino - but my highlight on this trip was visiting the lesser known cats and one of the "Shy 5", the Meerkat. I of course was happy to see four of the Big 5 (no Buffalo this time, I'm afraid) but that felt cliched! The fastest cat in the world, in fact mammal in the world, is of course the Cheetah that can reach 120km in 3 seconds! I was lucky enough to be able to walk with ...
... them to pick up.
It was great going to their school and lecturing. I think the students really enjoyed the activities and they seemed to have learned a lot from our time there. Tomorrow we will be going back to Mandenberg primary for their community day. A day where they dance, have a talent show and showcase the work they have done to their parents and other members of the community. It sounds like a great immersion into their culture to me!