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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... br> Tomorrows plan is to do Table mountain in the morning, head back down into Cape Town to the Mount Nelson hotel for hugh tea, then head to the V and A Waterfront for drinks and dinner and maybe a bit of shopping if Emily gets her way!
Today has been a really lovely day and we are all enjoying getting progressively browner now as we spend more quality time in the sun!!
All our love, Sam, Emily, JT and Catherine xx
... and when you're walking around in summer clothes on what you consider a very reasonable 19 degrees day, they are wearing a coat and hat. Right now as I write this though as an example.... I'm sat on a balcony of a bar on Woodbridge Island. Outside, sunglasses on, sun cream on, looking out at clear blue skies and a crystal clear view of the mountain with the beach right in front of me. And this is winter?! I could certainly cope with this! The locals can always be prepared ...
A long and detailled entry that might interest those who would like to tackle that race, or that might have ran it in the past...
Since I know I was to spend 2 years in Africa, I made a bucket list of things to do on the continent. One of them, close to the top, was to run the Two Oceans Ultra Marathon...
I arrived in Ghana in a rough shape, but managed to train and run the Accra Half-Marathon. Then I ran and won the ...
Monday, February 24, 2014 Day 13
Today we took a plane to Cape Town. Our flight was delayed. Then my luggage was the last to come off. I was expecting it to be lost. Thank God for little favors. We met two sisters who had just come from JFK. They were a good ten years older than me and they were renting a recreational vehicle to drive around South Africa for more than a month! The woman who pushed my wheelchair was eight months pregnant. I ...
... cultural dynamic of the country. Located just a few miles from Cape Town, Nelson Mandela was imprisoned in Robben Island for about 18 years, among other political prisoners who spent time there. The prison is no longer functional fortunately, and serves as a museum and monument dedicated to educating people about the apartheid system and the injustices that came with it. Interestingly enough, Nelson Mandela, as one of his first actions as president, convened all of ...