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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... advice. J explained in detail just how stupid it is. When you hyperventilate, you reduce the level of carbon dioxide in your body, but only marginally increase the level of oxygen. The result is you can hold your breathe longer without feeling discomfort, but there's a good chance that you skip the discomfort stage of convulsions and just blackout. There are several other reasons why you shouldn't, but that seemed like a good enough reason to me. Good example of how ...
... of hours, we called it quits and returned to the city centre to collect our car and belongings and travel the short distance to Hout Bay where we are spending the next 4 days doing very little but relax and take some time off!
Our apartment there is beautiful, with fantastic views of the bay, harbour and mountains. Dinner was fabulous fish and an equally fabulous sauvignon blanc at the Wharfside Grill overlooking the harbour. We are going to like it ...
... relief from the lady I was travelling with.
That night we ate Vietnamese and the food was good. Quite reasonable and a bottle of wine around $70 all up. They have a very interesting system here. There are people who show you where to park in the street. They wear safety jackets. As soon as you pull up to park in a spare spot they are standing there beside the drivers door. Uncanny one minute there is no one in the street, then ...
... he fed the seal every day, because it was injured from an attack and couldn't hunt for itself. The tourists were throwing money at the lad, but I wouldn't let Jackie. We had recently given 10 rand to an acrobat troupe in Camps Bay! We then walked round to another arm of the harbour and would you believe, it there were more young lads feeding the seals for which the tourists were giving them money. We then drove on to Chapman's Peak ...
Today we had our last actual class meeting of the trip (I think) after breakfast at the hostel like usual. We had class, then went to a Malay restaurant (I believe). It was located in the Muslim community of Cape Town. It was really cool because their houses were all brightly colored and we heard their call to prayer over the loud speakers. The food we ate was sort ...