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... very nice. Ian told us that houses here would easily fetch around 1 million Rand or more.
Towards the Downtown area
We drove out of Saxon Road and then towards the “downtown” area which is mostly populated with businesses run by black South Africans and other nationalities such as people with Indian heritage.
On our drive we passed by the Zoo and a large olde world ...
... it was easy to hail a metered taxi to our place.
Happy Valentine's Day! Our only agenda for the day was the Carlton Centre (tallest building in Africa) and the Apartheid Museum, we just decided to see what we could find. After breakfast we took a taxi downtown to this market we had read about; we were let out on this random street in this artsy looking area of town and the driver told us the market was all up and down the street...we ...
... The festivities continue for two hours, and then the villagers gather (men in one group and women in the other) for their village business meetings. After those conclude, Lale explains that any new relationships kindled this evening might result in the two interested parties spending some time, or an evening, together, as a beginning to their relationship.
... shuttle to the Waterfront as suggested by our guide Claire. This mall is beautiful but reminds me of something in Connecticut. We chose a South African restaurant Karibu for dinner. Ostrich, Springbok, Chicken Curry were our selections for entrees. All of it was amazing. More laughter and great sharing. I might need to purchase a jacket to stay warm. The walk back to the shuttle is pretty cold.
... would have been very uneventful had it not been for a very loud passenger who proceeded to teach us all about deep sea fishing in the Seychelles. Hey Bru, this cousin was not a well puppy and certainly thought he knew it all. Our arrival in Mahe was a pleasure as the plane was not full so going through customs and collection of luggage was a breeze. Apparently the dogs used by customs are only brought out when planes arrive from SA & Kenya due to the trafficking of heroin ...