River Manor Boutique Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Stellenbosch
... Robben Island and Pollsmoor Prison and kept under house-arrest for the last years of his imprisonment. We took photos of his statue just outside the main gates. We were so thrilled to have been able to go there and thanked George profusely. At a nearby field a rugby match was going on between the Prison Warders and another team. We stood around at the perimeter of the fence watching the game for a while before driving back. ...
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We leave Cape Town for Joburg at 7pm on Monday night, to stay overnight at OR Tambo airport, and in theory to catch the 9.20am flight to Madagascar on Tuesday 1st July. We don't hold out much hope that it will be on time of course! Already the flight from Tana to Nosy Be has moved out a few hours, but they say we will still get there late evening. Let's just hope they don't delay the flight from Joburg, as that will knock ...
... other people in a van to Stellenbosch. A charming Dutch influenced small town,known for its vineyards, students and culture. The first two mix a little too well and therefore the vineyards now charge tasting fees. We had 45 minutes to wander around a get a coffee. South African time is similar to Island time, not something type A New Yorkers handle well. It took all of that 45minutes to barely got a cup of coffee and ...
... sites and finally to the prison where Nelson Mandela and other political prisoners were incarcerated. It was very educational and incredible to see.
After a shower at the guest house we took a cab back to the V&A and had some fresh yellowtail fish, oysters, clam chowder, and drinks at Quarry 4. Unfortunately shops were closing but we still enjoyed walking around the Waterfront. It was ...
Its weird to realize that the semester abroad I've been looking forward to for years has come to its end. This next week will be a week of lasts which is unfortunate because I don't want to leave. But I figured this would be a good time to write my final blog entry in South Africa and use it as a reflection of my four months here.
Overall AIFS provided the thirteen of us (fourteen in the beginning) with ...