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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... pleased with my haircut and gave him an extra tip. That haircut made me feel so great.
We continued on our walk and I felt like a million dollars. We did do some shopping. We had a great time window shopping. We stopped and had a toasted cheese and chips, which they served nice and hot
Walking back to the hotel and ready to take a break.
... from begging there. Cape Town is such a big, modern, typically Western looking city that it's easy to forget where you are and that there is extreme poverty and homelessness all around you. I found it hard walking down the street here and after this made an effort to donate to any charities or shelters I came into contact with, rather than hand out money on the street, as this was what I'd been advised to do. Some of the restaurants run a scheme where ...
... black-legged Golden Orb-Web spider had strung her golden webs across the paths filling it with unsuspecting insects for her "larder". This is no ordinary spider, it is huge!! It's body nearly an inch in length controlled the long legs, as we watched we were pleased it was busy eating and were both ready to move away quickly or should I say run, if it moved. It might be harmless to humans but we weren't about to test it.
... it takes 2 and a half hours, but it took us more than seven. Much of the way it seemed like we were seeing nothing, driving through beautiful but stark and lifeless landscapes of red mountains and brown plains, but over time we saw a pretty good list of animals, even though our great goals of lion and black rhino were missing. Steenbok, Hartebeest, Ostrich, Springbok, both Moutain and Plains Zebra, Gemsbok, Klipsringer, Kudu, Grey Rhebok and a 3 foot monitor lizard basking beside ...
... years after their release. The rocks, all different sizes, colours, textures, shapes there to represent the difference in people, all different but human all the same.