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... area with its many cafes, shops and restaurants. From here, you may wish to take the excursion to Robben Island where from the 17th to the 20th centuries, the Island served as a place of banishment, isolation and imprisonment, made infamous by its most prominent inmate, Nelson Mandela. Today it is a World Heritage Site and museum, a poignant reminder to the newly democratic South Africa of the price paid for ...
... restaurants are still there so we had a quick lunch before checking in. The 'cottage' is actually a separate single storey wing to the main house and it's all pretty new (well 6 years old we have established). We have a nice kitchen/dining area, separate living area with decent TV (and 10 sports channels - there being nothing else worth watching on SA television) and big bedroom and bathroom. The garden has a pool and we have a cracking view of the ...
... that I was really happy with what I done.
This trip would be perfect for a school trip because it doesn't ask anything special from any individual, this meaning the trip will be able to suit everyone and their needs. From education and adrenaline this trip had it all. I feel this trip would be a very good selling point to offer to school groups.
On this blog entry I have put together ...
... Maree and Karen were the mountain goats, skipping along the stones. But the pace was not a race and frequent stops kept the quips coming.
Drizzle came through the mist. Wendy became the Cape Crusader in her red poncho and so we renamed the cape the Cape of Good Jokes.
Poles clicked on rock as Kay took the giant stone steps in her stride. Only once did she stall. Rick ...
... who had only R1 or R2 to spend.
Finally, a shocking thought. The basic teacher salary in SA is R69 an hour. This equates to about £550 a month, or £6600 a year. That's nothing, even considering the living costs being considerably lower than in the UK. However, this is enough to ensure that none of the teachers live in shacks in the townships; far from it. What on earth these Township children and their families manage to live off, goodness knows.