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... for some type of trigger to go off. Marion told us to stick around for a couple of minutes, so she could contact the hospital and make proper arrangements for us. The health care workers claimed to hear a gun shot while we were waiting, but we were all oblivious to it. This tragedy had everyone on edge causing us to be unable to go to the hospital as well. We said goodbye to our care workers and headed for the van. It's a shame that our free ...
... a very magical backdrop for their big day.
I found nightlife was pretty poor in general, but then you don't go to Cape Town to party. I tried a nightclub called The Reserve, which offered nothing more than a caricature off typical misfits and rejects looking to be on the scene. The nicest place I found for a night out was The Orphanage, offering table service, laid back atmosphere, a good dj and as the night goes on, the crowd gets charged and ...
... we looked aimlessly for somewhere to eat but ended up grabbing a hot dog and soda at a King Hot Dog stall. The restaurants seemed expensive and not worth it. Although I did enjoy the fan made out of Coca Cola crates and a group of men busking singing traditional African music, we were disappointed in the V&A and quickly left.
We walked back towards our listing to stop at the Pick 'n' Pay supermarket before it ...
... place has a definite nautical theme (and a "latex" mattress..finally feels a bit like home.) But what's a real trip is that our room is in the basement and we control the bar! And it's a pretty well-stocked "honor" bar (as I play bar-keep for the camera.) Speaking of cameras, in a room behind the bar, they've got quite a collection of old cameras and some of them are what Rox and I first started using in high school so that was a feast for my eyes.
... Cape Point, which is the second furthest tip of Africa, so very close to the edge of the world. This experience was to say the least humbling. It helped me personally to put into perspective not only the sheer size of the earth itself, but also the ways in which globalization is making it seem so much smaller. This is because not only was the experience of standing on this point breathtaking, slightly terrifying and all in all a giant tourist photo ...
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