Arniston Spa Hotel
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... were both born in the Democratic Republic of Congo and left 10 years ago when the war in Congo started. We probed him about work opportunities in SA and he maintains that young white men are suffering from a "reverse apartheid", in other words, young white men are considered last for any jobs. That is why some young men have left SA to seek work elsewhere or ...
June 8th - Southern Tip of Africa
It had been storming all night and was set to be for the rest of the day as well. I had breakfast from the B&B at 8:30, which was a quality thing of pancakes with cinnamon and sugar, syrup, bananas and a side of bacon. I was looking forward to breakfast since the moment I woke up since I had slept through dinner I was starving and ready to chow down. After breakfast I ...
... we took a ride to the Light House and the most southern point of Africa. After having fun as the most southern Africans in Africa we explored some more and then went to the harbour to buy some fresh fish. They suggested Yellowtail for braaiing. With a lovely fresh fish in the fridge we were content to leave Cape Agulhas. I always remember this small harbour with its turquoise waters. There is just something about it.
... anything with any sort of time indicator but we are thinking about doing am organised trip when we get back with a cycle and walk through it all, so not worried too much. The queue to get into the national park was huge as well – maybe it’s because it’s the weekend?
Our first main town was Simon’s town and boulders beach where we went to see the penguin colony. Instead of paying to get in the easy way we went mountaineering over the rocks to get a ...
We had hit the northern most tip of Africa in Tunisia nearly 3 months before and so had to go to Cape Agulhas, the most southerly point of the continent, to complete the journey. The morning started very slowly but we got ourselves out there eventually after a Wimpy stop. It is great to be back in civilisation where Wimpys exist. On our arrival we noticed ...