Cape Town Deco Lodge
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... ride back. We had no idea what we was in store for us. As we made our way slowly towards the mainland the ride began to get rougher and rougher until the sea spray was making it fairly uncomfortable for those of us above deck. Many people at this point decided to seek refuge below but we decided that with the sun shining, a little bit of water wouldn't hurt us so we stuck it out. At that point we were immediately made to regret our decision because the boat rolled ...
I woke up this morning ready for the second day of
activities, I went downstairs and ordered the minibus for myself because the taxis over here are not safe, the minibus is also perfect for a school tour group. Up first was the famous
Boulders beach, I never thought you could see penguins on a warm beach, but
this place does just that. In addition
to nature's beauty, ...
... but instead just pay water and electricity. Therefore, many people who have steady jobs live in the townships, choosing to use the money the save to buy more "luxurious" items than they would otherwise afford. Our guide himself could have afforded to live elsewhere, but loves the community spirit that Kayamandi has to offer. There is even a private doctor who lives and works in the township!
After our township tour, we headed to a port ...
... with my mates over a couple of beers during which we spend hours discussing the meaning of life and how much better the results would be if we managed Manchester United.
Whenever I open the fridge, magically a chilled bottle of Sauvignon Blanc materializes. Yes - its a good life here in the Cape Town summer. Especially for anyone old enough to remember Second World War ration books.
In November 1963 I was in Kampala in ...
... social gathering.
And thus concluded my final experiences in and around Cape Town, and, in turn, Africa. I spent a little more time wandering around the hostel and purchasing gifts, but I knew that it was time to head back to the land of freedom. For me, I've always found that when it's time to head home, it's time to head home. Even as I was strolling through the sun-filled streets of Cape Town, soaking up those southern ultraviolet ...