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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the many beach front cafe's and it was time for me to have a bottle of my favourite Savannah Dry and shared a plate of chips. Can't beat them by the sea....
Before we headed home we drove a short distance to Mykonos. We got there and I honestly felt like I'd arrived in some kind of Greek town or resort. White buildings, Greek style lettering, an Aphrodite statue and a casino just to make sure. We'd only driven what felt like up the road and we could have been in ...
Today we drove from Stellenbosch to Hermanus, the waiter at dinner last night recommended we took the coastal route rather than the direct option. Opportunities for whale watching (did not see any) and penguins ( did not find them!). Even so, the journey was glorious winding around the bays with ...
... scarred still having fun. I had so much fin playing with the kids at the home. They were so happy to see us, play with us, and find the books and school supplies that we brought for them. They immediately gravitated to us and didn't want to leave us when they were asked to go in for dinner. Once the kids went in for dinner we left and headed back to the lodge. We all change super fast so that we would have time to go down to the supermarket and ...
... of mind with that lock. I also had a chance to talk to her 10 year old son, which she told us about when we visited her last. She said he was doing poorly in school and was naughty. So I spent some time talking to him one-on-one about helping his mom and practicing his reading at home.
After our brief outing in Manenberg we came back to the People's Center for our going away celebration with the team. This was as emotional for us as I expected it to me. ...
... an hour and a half of reflection... about the hour we were at the museum today, which is going to be difficult... and then we get to go to the Heart Transplant Museum! In case you didn't know, the very first heart transplant ever was performed right here in Cape Town at UCT!!! Pretty awesome, huh.
Until tomorrow --
"It is what we make out of what we have, not what we are given, that separates one person from another." - Nelson Mandela