The Walden House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... entirely happy that I hadn't listened to my inner worrier and that the girls rose to the challenge, willingly or not.
The next day was a day of rest...or at least a lot of sitting. We met up with friend and South Africa native Graham, who was in town visiting from Boston, and were thrilled when we offered to take the wheel for a full-day Cape Point drive (don't tell the rental car company). We went to the gorgeous ...
... neat quilt that had squares, I swear, represented our trip, from the villages to the animals to the school to our bus ride. I do not think it was for sale. After the gardens, we went up to the top of the hill where every day they shoot a cannon right at noon. Everyone sets their watch by it.. So, we are all standing around getting ready for it..... Knowing it is going to be loud.....but we did not realize how loud. We all jumped. We had a lovely lunch down at ...
... Today (Tuesday) was time to head back into Capetown to hopefully tick off the two main things I've been hoping to do since before I even got to South Africa. We headed into Capetown and down to the beach front to find the beginning of 'Chapmans Peak' a stretch of road the winds around the side of the mountain, actually not just around it, almost through the side of it. The mountain has been dug out to add a road. On your right side is the ocean looking back at What ...
... nine years old and still has some room to grow at 3.4 meters long. I was super impressed by how big she was! The people in the boat throw out bait and tap on the side of the boat to attract the sharks and then they make sure that the sharks don't eat it, which keeps them interested. They said that really the sharks come by because they are curious animals, and they try not to feed them as that would satisfy their curiosity and not be sustainable since ...
... a tent, sleeping mats, blanket, sheet, pillow cases (which we stuffed with all the warm clothes we had bought in Nepal), lantern, chairs, cooking and eating utensils, a cooler, food, and a guide book and maps. Our first stop was Kruger National Park. By the third morning in Jo-berg we had our bags and although Brock wasn’t feeling great he felt well enough to leave Bob’s (plus Bob and Joan didn’t seem too keen on Brock staying there ...