Cape Town Hollow
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- Swimming pool
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
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... and all sorts of photos and stories about life there. Not all perfect, but a vibrant community. And the museum is a meeting place for residents and their neighbours. There is a program of compensation claims now, but don't know what people will get.
On a lighter note, had a coffee and purloined muffin in the castle, and then saw an excellent art exhibition in the residential section. Beautiful colonial furniture, porcelain etc. ...
... as he doesn't want his children, the same ages as J&G, to struggle. Hmmm, another eye opener.
I needed to find a bank that would accept my Canadian bank card and I did! Then we hopped on our bus. These busses are amazing; double decker open top with 16 languages commentary along the way. The kids all got colouring books with pictures and info about the route. We got prime seats at the back and headed out, "straight away"!
We decided to do the blue route today ...
Denise and Brennan took Derek and I on a Peninsula tour, and talk about a beautiful drive. From start to finish you're treated to the most spectacular views of the mountains and quirky little beach towns along the way.
The first stop was Muizenburg where we couldn't resist the antique shops and we got to have a look at the cute old Post Station and train station which is still running so that you can go around the ...
... history of the segregation and apartheid laws and especially about the forced removal of 50,000+ people from District 6, a vibrant and somewhat mixed race area.
After the District 6 museum, we went and got a rental car. Here in South Africa, they drive on the left and the cars have the driver side on the opposite side of the car as the United States. It's a bit disorienting at first, because you have to remember this every time ...
... Chinsta is the most westerly village of the Wild Coast. It’s also the most developed. Although there really wasn’t much to it, there were some really nice homes on the beach and a few restaurants and a small grocery store. We camped at another superb location on the beach at Buccaneers backpacker’s Lodge. The camp spots were in this open field surrounded by a small monkey filled forest just on the other side of the beache’s sand ...