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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 15.8599996566772px;">When we re-joined the group, the braai was cooked, eaten with fresh bread and washed down with wine quaffed from plastic drink bottles in inimitable Australian style. This was followed by koeksusters and monster sized strawberries. A veritable feast.
The group took up three options. One group took ...
... dim-witted jackal by escaping from another entrance while he patiently waits by the spot where he last saw them.
Just as we returned to the main road and were heading back to camp a female Damara Dik-dik strolled in front of the vehicle and calmly sauntered along the road among the bushes and trees. The Dik-dik is the smallest of the antelope family, weighing up to 5 kilos. She was so beautiful and delicate looking. We really enjoying watching her ...
... sorted us out with some cushions for the pool beds and I fell asleep - nothing to do with the wine! I was awoken at 6.30pm by Jackie, allegedly snoring loudly! now in the shade and freezing cold. We weren't hungry and didn't feel like going out, so me made do with coffee, some of Betty's homemade flapjacks, then more wine, whilst we considered our ongoing travels. Maybe it was the wine, but in a moment of madness, I booked a room at the iconic Table Bay Hotel at ...
... a chicken, bacon, and tomato hot sandwich/wrap and it was delicious! After dinner dinner we walked around a bit more then headed back to the hostel for the night. Some of us went up to the roof and talked for a while about our thoughts from the day in the township. I'm really loving this trip and the people I've met from school. I can't believe it's getting towards the end. I wish it was longer on one hand, but I do really miss home. All for now, love you lots! ...
... to the sadness of this story is that after Obrecia passes, her aunt will be the caretaker of Obrecia's one year old son who is HIV positive. His name is Joseph and he is a happy, playful little child. We played with him for a while. That was the end of our day in the Manenberg community.
After lunch, we went to Manenberg Primary School again where SHAWCO was holding a community celebration. It was a celebration of SHAWCO's 70th anniversary, and also ...