Cape Royale Luxury Hotel & Spa
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... on top of shoulder races and human pyramids.
Day 20- Clanwilliam to Cape Town
The drive to Cape Town was very bumpy but only took about four hours. The drive in with the view of the enormous table mountain was really fantastic!
We dropped our stuff into the Lady Hamilton hotel in the Gardens area and a group went to climb table mountain but knowing that we had time to do that when we got back to CT we went for a long walk up and ...
We have all heard about Nelson Mandela and his role in South African history, but this was like a personal meeting with him. I feel like I have walked in his shoes just for a little bit and I feel like I understand just a little bit more about who he was and what he endured. A fascinating place. This is a full day trip, ferry across to the island and then immerse yourself in the whole island and the prison in particular.
... dragged away in the middle of the night and their belongings bundled into a truck. They were then driven outside the main town and dumped in the new town of Langa. This was to be our next stop. Firstly we visited a project centre where arts and music are helping locals to earn money as well as work with children. We saw sand pictures, jewellery , pottery and participated in an impromptu drumming class.
We then joined by a local guide and went on a walking tour of the town. We ...
... at me and had asked if I could write down the history in the record we were taking. Of course I agreed and stood there waiting for him to shout some words at me to write down.....crickets.......crickets....... OH! You want me to assess the patient??!?! Holy **** holy ****. I don't know how to do that. Well he told me to figure it out and before I could ask what question should I ask first, he ran away. Oh great...."Hi. How are ya? I'm Jen. ...I like your shoes. Cool. I know how to ...
... emotionally difficult lecture we had was by Tanya Farber, a Capetonian writer. She recently wrote, “Two Killings Illuminate 2 worlds,” which looked at the media coverage of Anene Booysen and Reeva Steenkamp from the Pistorious Case. I’ve included a PDF of the article here, which you may be able to zoom in and read (it’s worth it if you can).
Tanya looked into how and why the two cases of ...