Cape Town Deco Lodge
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... owned their own homes, they were forced to move to areas outside the city according to race and colour. And then they had to have passes to move between one area and another for work, an administrative nightmare to comply with regulations so they basically lived in fear all the time. Horrible!
The museum is amazing: lots of street signs, a street map on the floor where ex residents are invited to mark where they and their ...
... the coast and back to the waterfront to meet Chad who is waiting for us at rooftop patio that overlooks the docks. We order sushi (a daily snack here for us) and bevys, Fanta and Grapeitizers are the favourites. Chad drives back to our hotel where we eat dinner with live jazz music and wine sampling going on in the background. I can handle this!
It seems everyday we knock a thing or two off the list but add to it at the same time. Might be time I start driving!
... Sounds like we may see her in Aus next year.
That day, we continued on via spectacular Chapman's Peak to the Cape of Good Hope .
The weather was perfect so we spent the afternoon climbing all over the Cape, through fragrant fynbos flowers, watching southern right whales cavorting from out cliff top perch. It is a wild piece of coast as the Atlantic & Indian Ocean converge at nearby Cape Agulias.
... It made a big noise though. There was a big group of black school children there watching as well and some of them got really scared when the canon went off because the sound was pretty loud.
After that we went to the District 6 museum. On the way there, it started to hail. Yes, hail. The weather here has been kind of crazy. The District 6 museum was ok. Apartheid is really, really sad and depressing. There were a lot of details ...
... for me. We spent the rest of the evening sitting around a bon fire and chatting with others.
The next day it was raining again so we tried to set out on the road before the roads got too slippery. The road condition was worse than when we drove in, but it was still a bit easier on us because we were familiar with it. We reached our next destination, Chinsta, by 4pm. It looked like it had been raining there as well, but was in the process of ...