Brenwin Guest House
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What a fantastic guesthouse! We slept in the best best ever, you never want to get out! But you also don't want to miss the delicious breakfast! The ladies were great and we got great advise and help from Pam and her husband (the owners).
We stayed here for 4 nights, sad to leave but we will come back in Capetown!
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The Hop on Hop Off bus system in Cape Town is excellent . There are 3 routes, yellow travels through downtown; red and blue travel around the peninsula. We bought tickets for 2 all day rides. The bus drives along and you listen to a commentary about what you are passing thru ear buds and you decide if you want to get off for a while to look around …
... the day was I got a bit silly with Jess on Facebook, I was being needy and over stepped the mark, hopefully I rectified the situation by the end of the night but I can't afford too many slip ups like that. I just want to show her what she means to me but I feel so very away and am a bit panicky, I'm not a great catch and I'm really trying to make myself more appealing, Jess says that she is a slow burner and that's fine, I just need to make sure that the fire doesn't go out ...
... But is making planning pretty frustrating!
After I got to the hostel I kind of explored for a bit – it’s a really interesting giant building. I then walked down the street to Chinatown to get some supplies and dinner. The walk was a little nervewracking – it was fully light, but Joburg is notorious for being unsafe and the first thing I saw when walking out of the gate of the hostel was a large gang of young ...
... of other backpackers. The camp site was the main yard that everyone hangs out it so it wasn’t possible to sleep in. We went for another jog on the beach followed by a swim and then some Frisbee throwing. We made a big yummy salad for lunch and then headed out for Storm’s River, which was our first stop in the Garden Route. The Garden Route is so different than the Wild Coast. The roads are all paved with double lanes and no pot holes and not ...
... are over 3 million civil service workers, more than the significantly more populated US. The majority of public service workers and private sector restaurant and service workers are apathetic, slow, inconsiderate and unfriendly. Pedestrians walk in front of moving cars and drivers drive through red lights. Traffic lights here are called "robots."
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