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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the Anglican section and my helpers spread out and found the graves quite quickly. David gave them each a 50 rand tip (about $5 each), so they were very happy. We bought some flowers for the graves then drove to Outshoorn. A gorgeous drive through the mountains. We are staying at De Zeekoe Guest Farm for two nights and the area is very different but ...
... that gave amazing views of the bay and the ocean. It was pleasant just hanging out and reading near some wonderfully refreshing water.
That evening I met a Brazilian girl named Natalia who actually was working at one of the neighboring hostels in Oudtshoorn, and went to dinner with her and a friend. I'm proud to say that for my first seafood experience in South Africa, I indulged in all-you-can-eat sushi and proudly flaunted my innate ...
... I felt like vomiting at the end of the tour. I think it was the feeling of claustrophobia...it's been happening to me more and more lately...
And then Ostrich riding. Something I will never do again. I had heard about this Ostrich riding for months, seen videos of friends doing it, heard stories and on and on. I wanted my turn.
I got my turn. The whole process of it was nuts. Watching the two men capture the ostrich, blindfold ...
... its beauty is the racial divide. We had not really come to South Africa with any pre-conceived notions of what the racial situation would be, culturally or economically. In fact both of us had little idea of the history of South Africa until we got here. The only thing we were aware of was that the Apartheid (segregation of Blacks/Coloured and Whites) was abolished in 1994. From here on in when we speak of Coloured people ...
... was good so a few of us danced langarm (two stepping) which was enjoyed by all. A couple of local farmers popped in for a drink. There is great memorabelia (t-shirts, metal badges, cloth badges & stickers) to be bought and we all stocked up. We all turned in early as we were all rather tired. The current owner of the Karoo Saloon is overseas at the moment, a neighbouring farmer is running it for him while he is away. The farm is up for sale, ...