African Pride Crystal Towers Hotel & Spa
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... Kaap, filled with colorful houses and learned about Cape Malay cuisine. We have both found the stark contrast between rich and poor quite confronting. There are huge townships where people live in tiny tin shacks with limited access to basic utilities whereas right across the road are the most over the top mansions within gated ...
I am a bit behind and can’t wait to share and write about all the good stuff we have seen and done the past few days. We have been deep in the South African bush and stayed busy the whole time with very limited internet access and no phone reception.
Before I start talking about our last few days and sharing awesome photos of beautiful South African animals, and showing you our experiences of being in ‘the bush’ ...
... off to the Kirstenbosch National Botanic Garden.
These gardens are world renown and are set on almost 40 hectares having the initial plantings almost 100 years ago. The garden lies in the heart of the Cape Floristic Region, which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2004, making Kirstenbosch the first botanic garden in the world to be included within a natural World Heritage Site.
Bobby took us through ...
... jump”. I didn’t do
it. Why people would jump from a bridge? Seriously? But three of my roomates
did it so I actually went in the bridge with them for support. According to
them, the scariest part was to actually walk on the small gateway, from where
you could see everything. I mean the floor was made in wire netting, so that
was really scary. But when you get to the middle under the bridge, it feels
like you made it to a party. There were to ...
Today would have been one of my most happiest mornings of my life. One of the most emotional definitely but the amount of happiness I felt today was unbelievable. It was the childcares Christmas party for all the classes. The school kitchen wasn't running so there was no porridge or lunch for the kids. The kids all get sent a letter home asking to bring something in for the party - chips, soft drink, lollies, bread, food anything really that the parents could afford to buy. ...