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Travel Blogs from Durbanville
... great day.
The least fun thing was having to back once arriving back at the hotel. I was nowhere near ready to leave, just when I was getting used to the time difference, it is time to go.
Observations for career/ business include I will be looking into getting a possible internship at a printing company in Houston. I was very impressed by Paarl Media and would like to learn more about the industry. ...
We stayed with Erica & Taylor on both ends of our trip. In between, we stayed at three B&Bs, a River Lodge and a Guest Lodge (SA version of a motel).
Our only regrets is that we were only at these places for breakfast and often after 7:00 at ...
... but declined the wine tasting on the basis we were still too wined out from yesterday and we definitely wouldn't be able to afford to buy a bottle. In Franschhoek we parked up near the Huguenot Monument set in a garden with a mountain backdrop. It was at this point I realised that I had left my best shirt in Betty's wardrobe. After a quick call to Betty I arranged to pick it up later. Jackie and I then took a leisurely stroll along the very ...
... of things…… So basically they run their gang on all the ...
... cannon fired for the first time (a tradition followed everyday since the 1800's) very loud! Then we went over to the waterfront for lunch at a tasty farmers style market before a trip to Robbin Island, managed to end up with the worst tour guide ever! But after we escaped him, met a really interesting ex-prisoner who was jailed for political reasons at the same time as Mandela (everyone locally calls him 'Madiba' father to ...
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