Cape Royale Luxury Hotel & Spa
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... dark. On the morning we were due to leave the local paper suggested that if the Western Cape was a country, it would be the fourth most dangerous country in the world- all major crime stats were spiking upward. I think we'll start curbing our midnight walks!! The one bright spot in driving the Wounded Zebra is that we are not often seen as a potential financial windfall- we've had locals in some of the countries rougher spots hand us money as we sputtered ...
... was an actual activity that you can do in South Africa my immediate reaction was fear. I have gone skydiving, bungee jumping, parasailing, glacier climbing, white water rafting, cliff jumping, coast steering canyoning and will pretty much be the first to volunteer for any extreme sport or activity you can dream up. Sharks were a different story. I had a few friends who have done it and all told me that the experience was amazing and completely safe. The anticipation, fear, ...
... Gardens, and Wineries (a bonus).
It is arguably one of the most beautiful cities in the world, surrounded by a vineyard-carpeted valleys and cliff-hugging Atlantic beaches. Over 9000 botanical species exist, most are unique to this area. And for the animal lovers like me there's a beach filled penguin colony, small game safaris, and a whale nursery off the coast.
Like everywhere else we ...
... steaks, springbok sausage, chicken, fish, salads, stews, and a whole bunch of other stuff. It was all very delicious. Moyo definitely lost money on the buffet with how much I ate. There was also live entertainment. There were three people on a stage playing drums while we ate. Between their songs, they would come to each table to sing for everyone also.
Following lunch we had our final reflection time with SHAWCO where we discussed our ...
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Hello! Welcome to my first blog post EVER! For those of you that don't know me my name is Emma Cilliers. I am a third year B.Ed student at the University of Victoria on Vancouver Island, BC, Canada. I am 22 years old with a passion for traveling, all ...