Simon's Town Backpackers
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... be cheaper considering we only wanted a small amount.
We went into the next bank and their rate as worse, so out came the Credit Card and away went the AUD.
Shopping and credit cards - what a great invention that is
It is a great invention – for retailers - as there are always impulse buys that a Credit Card doesn’t keep check on to the extent that the cash in your pocket does. I wanted a ...
... back to the school premises Siyakhathala is located on, to men who were living next to the shag we just visited walked with us all the way back for the more than an hour walk, to make sure we were safe, and especially because we had to cross “the border” which is just a big dip of sand and a lot of garbage between to sand dunes but separates to different sections of Khayelitsha. The local volenteer told me that even they are too scared to go there later on ...
... few pictures and the necessary oohs and ahhs we headed down the road a bit further so that we could no longer see the glow of the fire and then we stopped again for some unknown reason. At that point Graham had us get out of the car and look up, where we realized that we were able to see the full spectrum of stars in the southern sky. With a super bright green laser pointer he went through some of the favorites like Orion's Belt and the Southern Cross and then ...
... in that there is a variety of work to do so they will stay busy and wont get board of doing just one job. I found the day to be enjoyable and a great experience to get out in the community and make a real difference. By the end of the day I was spent, it was time to go back to the hotel and get a well-earned sleep before flying back home tomorrow. lavender hill ...
... length of the Klein Karoo to the borderlands of the prosperous Western Cape Winelands. Lots of rugged mountain passes & sheer cliffs... Valleys with vines & fruit trees, all turning various autumnal shades.... We chose to stop our journey in Montagu, a tiny C19 Dutch town. Good pub dinner of Eisbein & local shiraz before an open fire, rugby on the flat ...