Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel
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- Reduced mobility rooms
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... South Africa's first democratic election - 27 April 1994 - also his birthday, which was the cause of him almost missing voting - a result of a loud birthday party, that sparked 'neighbourly complaints' and a visit from the police. Fortunately, in the spirit of the impending new era, G was let off and managed to cast his vote in SA's first democratic election - he pointed out the voting station to us. What an incredible day that must've been.
The former ...
... sunglasses and curios from all over Africa. There was so much to see here besides things to buy - buskers, mimes and jugglers, as well as 'dancers', probably high on something! lol
We decided to visit the slave museum too. This museum tells the history of slavery in South Africa. It is situated in the very building that was built as a slave lodge by the Dutch East India Company in 1679. The slaves were imported from the East Indies, Malaysia and China. ...
... 26 years in prison weather is fantastic 32 and sunny almost forgot, went wine tasting too so far so good feel totally safe got really lost going from restaurant to b&b after supper did a lot of wandering in thr dark more later I am sleepy talked a lsdy today about what to do on the way home since we have a 9 hour layover in Johannesburg. ...she said without hesitation, stay in the ...
... at a lovely restaurant where there was a buffet. We met part of my friends family there. Fun conversations, good food, and full to the brim, we took off to the beach side. The wind was up, families, couples, and lots of teenagers were enjoying the Sunday afternoon. We walked down to Kalk Bay, looking at the nice shops, full of artisan, clothing, and fun things. At the end of Kalk Bay we had fish and chips at the ...
... hiking up the mountain...someone from UCONN, someone from BOSTON and someone from WPI!! So that was a nice little piece of home all the way in South
Africa. We met some people from Germany who kept laughing at us the whole way up with all our inappropriate comments as we groaned and complained most the way up. But once we got up to the top it was totally worth it! The most breath taking sight I hve ever seen! I hope you all seen the photos I posted to ...