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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... uncontrolled dogs. That apart it was a pleasant afternoon in the sun, a few very hardy souls were paddling or surfing in the very cold water which comes straight from the Antarctic. Needless to say I did not partake in this masochistic activity!
Monday was my last full day here, after coffee with one of Helen's friends, we drove round the corner to the famous Kirstenbosch ...
So here I am sat in Cape Town, our room looks straights out onto Table Mountain, so so lucky to have been able to travel from Nairobi to Cape Town. I have loved Botswana and Namibia and have taken in such a great array of a change in landscape and in poverty, seen so many amazing sunsets and shared which such funny people. So here I am overnight saying goodbye to some good folks aswell as some ...
... Just give it up to nature once more! Or put a huge solar farm on it, save digging up any more coal... The only wildlife interest we saw was a pair of blue cranes that settled close to the road in an area of utter desolation about half way between Graaf Reinet and Beaufort West, a good 70km from either town. We pulled over to look at them. A hot wind played eerie tunes on an endless high-tension wire fence along the roadside, and no traffic passed us for ten minutes. Utterly ...
Sunday morning we decided it was Table Top Mountain day. We booked abseiling (repelling) the day before, and had plans to meet the abseilers at the top around 11. There is a cable car the takes trips to the top, but we decided to hike. Because we were pressed for time, we took the most direct route up the mountain - which is basically straight up, but they have a bunch of rock stairs you climb and traverse back and forth. It was super windy and cold and I was worried we wouldn't be ...
... and assist people with AIDS. As far as the land that was taken away is concerned, only 24% of the land has been given back the original owners. Even though blacks make up 80% of the population, they only own between 10-16% of the land.
After this lecture, we went to the District 6 museum... enough said about that. After the museum, we went to wind down at a local bar. All in all, a pretty relaxed day.