Mandalay Beach Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... kids to go to school. It’s not a real
bridge, it’s more like an easier way to walk in. Check out the pictures for a
better understanding. We did a great job, knowing that we were there only a few
hours and were only eleven volunteers to get the work done. We haven’t finish
everything, but we did help to start. The work was really hard though and my
body hurts everywhere. I didn’t know painting a wall ...
... music on and a real party atmosphere then made our way to dockside to get our boat! The cruise was lovely, pretty calm seas and beautiful sunset. Although the sight of an oil rig made me think of home and work! :-( The 1glass of complimentary sparkling wine turned out to be 3 glasses, so we staggered off the boat after an hour and a half pretty damn merry! We ate in the Beijing orchid but to be honest we were so boozy and tired to enjoy it, all we could think about was getting to ...
Today we were going to take the cable car up to Table Mountain, however rained most of day. So our tour guide Steph took us on a scenic drive. We visited Bo Kaap the colourful suburb of the city then went on to the castle of good hope. We then drove around to Hout Bay and had fish and chips for lunch. Delicious. We came back and went shopping and finished the evening at Marco,s African restaurant an yes I had warthog ...
Because the lines at the border can get long, we left early and breezed through the two borders (Botswana and Zimbabwe). We killed some time by strolling through the crafts markets in Victoria Falls before heading to their international airport.
It was here that we said our fond farewells to our great trip leader, Sam who has been leading OAT trips for many years. Not only did he make sure that our needs were met on a daily basis, his ...