Villa Hout Bay Heights
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Nessa noite fizemos uma bela despedida num pub em Cape Town. Depois de um jantar mexicano fomos nos aquecer bebendo e dançando muito num pub local! Foi delicioso.
No dia seguinte passeamos pela cidade, fomos até o waterfront, almoçamos juntos. É muito linda essa cidade. A Table Mountain da um charme unico ao local. Waterfront é um lugar de frente pras docas, cheio de veleiros, shoppings, muitas lojas, um "food market" delicioso com todas as ...
... into 6 voting districts with one being District Six or Zone Bloom. District Six eventually became a mixed community with churches next to mosques but with the arrival of Apartheid the different races could no longer live together and District Six became a white only area where the other inhabitants were asked to move 20 kms away. Those who would not move found their homes brought down by bull dozers on February 11th, 1966. With the end of Apartheid family members who can ...
... food so we waited. And waited. We went in to check what was going on and the other volunteers were making sandwiches but hadn't even started them yet! The kids were waiting for a very long time so we made the sandwiches really fast. By the time we were done, our bus was there to pick us up and we had to leave. But the girls that had been picked up before us ended up getting out of the bus and the children loved them so we stayed for a few more minutes. It was nice ...
... their answers. I love their honesty. After stressing hand hygiene and hygiene in general, we educated them on how important it is to care for your environment and picking up trash is the start. As we were standing outside the class before we started teaching, some of the students were snacking and when that bell rang, they THREW their wrappers behind their heads and ran! So….. ya think there’s an issue here? Well that’s what we targeted ...
... all the way down to Cape of Good Hope and Cape Point. Whilst not the most southerly point of Africa, it was close enough for me! After hiking up to the lighthouse for the obligatory photo, we then headed off for lunch at the local ostrich farm. Our ostrich burgers were delicious (albeit a bit odd given that the burger was in between 2 slices of toast) and kept our stomachs full whilst we headed up the east coast of the peninsula to Boulders ...