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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Marvellous tasting. Much wine was purchased by the group and after all that we were poured back onto the bus to head back to the hotel for some R&R by the pool.
That evening L, Le, S and I went for dinner at Café des Arts, a lovely local restaurant hidden in plane view on the main street (not sure if it was the wine from lunch or ineptitude but we struggled to find the place!). This is simple and well ...
... the penguins and possible hiked to the top of Table Mountain. At the tip of the cape is where the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean meet, and is quite the sight to see. Old buildings and history are cherished here, bringing a sense of community and charm that is breath taking. This is the first step of our journey, hoping each destination opens our eyes a little more to the beauty this continent has to ...
... re appreciative of this but the driver did us a favour by saying that sometimes he doesn’t get out of Cape Town until 10, and it was only 8:30!
The structure of the day was 5 wineries, with lunch in the middle at some point plus cheese, olives and chocolate tasting. The first winery Fairview is known for its goats, that live in a little castle, and the cheeses they make that are coupled with wines; a normal concept to most ...
... ex-prisoners are now friends and some even live on the island. It was special to be able to hear first hand experiences from the prison, because there is only so much more time that they can be giving these tours.I have not experienced as much Nelson Mandela talk as I had when I arrived in South Africa when he first went to the hospital. The government has been pretty quiet on how he has been doing and there have ...
... as people experience hardships in a similar way and become stronger together because of it. Everyone is in it for the community and for one another, nobody is in it for themselves. During practice each day we run a drill where the guys have to run a suicide (in essence running up and down the court twice in the span of 22 seconds). If the players do not make it in 22 seconds, we run again. It was about the fifth time the guys were trying to meet the ...