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... views from the southern most part of the African continent. Truly breathtaking. On our way out of the preserve, we witnessed a baboon trying to open the door of a small compact car and the horrified look on the passenger’s face! Again- do not mess with a baboon!
Our day ended at the Botanical gardens, which are over 100 years old. One could spend a full day here. We definitely packed a lot into an 8 hour tour. ...
We weren't sure what to expect when we arrived in Cape Town, but whatever our expectations were, they have been exceeded by this beautiful area. We are staying in the Cape Victoria Guest House owned by a lovely elderly lady, Lily, who is treating us like dear friends she has known forever. Her guest house is full of antiques and art and we know Lily has a story to tell. We hope to get to that while here. We are in the Green Point neighborhood, about a 10 minute walk to the ...
... up enough of a fight that they ended up just throwing him out of the car and took off. It's a shame because it really is a beautiful city with a lot to offer.
There was a lot of excitement while I was there among Marco and his friends. 3 of Marco's friends discovered a wave in Angola that has become my new obsession. It's a 3 kilometer long left with up to 7 barrel sections. It is probably the most perfect looking wave that I have ever seen. ...
... health issues. She had cataracts, constipation, neck pain, abdominal pain, a visible mass on her chest, and her right shoulder that had been dislocated for a very long time. She had close to no abduction ability with her right arm. She was a diabetic who administered her own insulin shots. The home health workers had seen her before and told us that she was a double leg amputee. Upon entering the home, this appeared to be true. Her blood pressure was high at ...
... with rolling hills, to canyons, and finally the upland grasslands, or velds I guess you'd term them, as we neared Johannesburg.
The other thing I wanted to mention was that our hotel room in Cape Town was disappointingly run down on first appearances, and the bed springs had been absolutely sprung. We vowed, as we turned in for the night, to ask for a different room in the morning. There. I've said my piece. Kudos to Bill for a great ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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