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Travel Blogs from Stellenbosch
Today marks a mile stone in our semester abroad - it is our one month anniversary of being away from the states. Since our arrival, I have established a pretty standard daily routine. I usually take it slow in the mornings since I do not have class till 5 pm, except for Tuesdays when I have class from 10 am to 7 pm. A couple of times a week I head to a local coffee shop called hazz to do reading for my ...
... we’ve not yet seen. The estate is a collection of pristine white buildings against a rich green tapestry of flora. The estate is actually situated on a housing estate they’ve built; a most elegant and swish gated housing estate. I could quite happily buy a holiday property in here!
Through the gate, we get a little lost before finally finding the cellar door. We sit at a table outside and enjoy a tasting while a wedding happens ...
... weather conditions. Mindy even stopped to hand-feed a few cows. Our segway journey lasted just over an hour and it was then time for us to pack and get ready to depart from Cape Town. We stopped at the Spier hotel restaurant to order my favorite cookies and cream dessert one last time and then hit the road. Our guide from early on in our journey, Warren, scooped us up and wished us one ...
... a usually strong swimmer - seriously battle to breath. After some calming motions from the DM and the offer of his fin, I was fine just as quickly as I was panicked and the dive around the eerie wreck continued. I was surprised by how little marine life surrounded the wreck besides the mass of seaweed and after a few minutes circling the wreck it was time to surface. As I said, the water is SO cold, even with a thick wetsuit and unfortunately the weather between dives wasn't ...
... for these people, they must use what they can from the land like cutting down trees because it is basic survival for their families. I think there is a difference though between cutting down wood to create warmth and eat for your family to survive on a day-to-day basis, versus mass forest
destruction for consumption of products that can end up going to waste. With so many families doing this and setting up their own small community, it forces the government to come ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet