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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... the wine order for the non-drivers was decided on right away). Our lovely waiter was charming, helpful and....attractive. In fact, the more and more we looked around we decided that it must be a requirement to be an attractive male to work in this restaurant because every one seemed to be cuter than the next. Detracted from the beautiful scenery, really (no....not really). Our lovely waiter made some recommendations - for me the ...
... signs! A further drive took us to the Cape of Good Hope, the most south western point of South Africa and much less commercial -where we climbed the point, managing not to be blown off the cliff faces - and took some amazing photos of the coastline. We saw lots of ostriches strutting their stuff on the nature reserve, before heading back to Cape Town via the east coast and the pretty fishing/surfing village of Fish ...
... life of being stroked and loved. She purred so loud. I fed and gave her water and had the opportunity to give her a stroke and a bit of love. A once in a lifetime experience. After that we headed back to Cape Town for the afternoon and then headed out for the evening. I introduced Greg to thai food which he absolutes loved. It was the most stunning meal and the view was not to bad either. Only one day left!!! Not sure I really want to come home but it will be great to see you guys. ...
... night it drops down to the low teens, and everyone starts complaining. Seriously, it's quite funny. But I digress.)
After spending an hour or two at the gardens, I headed up to Camps Bay for a stroll on the beach. Camps Bay is along the Atlantic coast, and is one of the poshest parts of the city, with high-end boutiques and cafes standing near-empty since it's "low season". I had a great late lunch at a Thai restaurant overlooking the water.
... and then our driver took us to two townships, Kensington and Khayelitsha, where we saw the SHAWCO centers located there. In one center, used for education, we got to tour the building with all of the students inside. We ended up arriving during their nap time so we had to be very quiet. Both townships were incredibly poverty stricken. South Africa has a 45% unemployment rate and a 65% unemployment rate in the townships. They are in clustered in ...