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Travel Blogs from Durbanville
... telling a story but also providing a much needed function in a slow-travel artist town.
Each bench is unique and tells a different story with my favorite being one with a monkey sitting on the bench waiting, with all her possessions in the trunk beside her on the bench. I felt it was made specifically for me, and ironically enough the next day when I went back to take a picture there was tape restricting the bench and I had to wonder why I was off-limits?
... and handmade malachite bangle bracelets. Then we went on the Cape Town Wheel. It was so windy up there. The sound of the wind was scary.
After that we went to a steakhouse on the water but we decided to sit inside because of the wind. It was good but the prices here are higher- tourist trap.
Now we are safely back at Abby Manor but the sound of the wind is horrible. We missed skyping my husband since we got back too late. I hope I will be able to sleep ...
... of the first in line so when the ferry started to board we were able to get on and grab seats on the top floor. We watched a bit of a video on Robben island and then the ride was almost over. We had heard it was better to get off first so we waited on the stairs where we had the first thought that lil Jon may have been on our ferry. When we got off and he got whisked away with hard core personal photographers we were pretty sure. Since we were not famous we loaded on the tour ...
... students who were less than a year away from being doctors, and were there to teach them new medical practices! This led to a somewhat awkward discussion where we made it clear that SHAWCO had not communicated well with Manenberg, and that we were undergrad students who were there to learn from them. Just getting them to understand what an undergrad is was a task. We got it straightened out finally so that both parties understood ...
... of conducting refugee protection interviews on my own. At first I was very nervous, but quickly got a hang of the process and managed to get through them. It was a very interesting learning experience. I performed another lot this week and there are always some very interesting cases!
Nothing though clouded my dreams of Cape Town. Even though I didn't leave the office until 6pm on Thursday night and then was barely able to make it out on time to catch my flight ...
Other places to stay in Durbanville
Durbanville, Durbanville | Hotelfrom $90
14 Langeberg Rd, Durbanville | 4 star hotelfrom $95
9 De Villiers Drive, Durbanville | Hotelfrom $157
29 High (Hoog) St., Durbanville | Hotelfrom $83