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... the hotel had a shuttle service and there were three departure times to the V&A. Yay .. a shuttle going in a 6 mins time at 9am.
I thanked her and then raced to tell Brian to forget about washing his clothes and to hurry up so we could get the shuttle.
We got out of the room and then found out that the hotel shuttle driver was doing a tour today so they arranged to take us and another couple by taxi at the ...
While I'm here and already have seen tons of things and experienced the most imaginable things, I thought it would be a great idea to share these things with you.
Where to even begin, already 5 weeks in out of the 23 weeks. In a place 13.000 kilometer away of home.
The only word that seems to pop up in my head is speechless, but that wouldn't make this really interesting to read. Unfortunately if I have to mention everything I would end ...
... as we shopped for our picnic. Hout Bay boasted a fairy tale castle, squatter camps and a fishing harbour where Laine bravely fed a gigantic fur seal. Photo of Laine coming!!!
Chapman's Road was a cliff hanging scenic route with metal guards to protect motorists from falling rocks. We stopped at wind swept lookouts overlooking Long Beach and Monkey Valley. We took the ...
... 8221;. A lot of tourists come to Bo-Kaap every day in order to take photos of various colorful houses that stand in this quarter today.
After taking some unique pictures in Bo-Kaap we went back to the city center. Our guide showed us the Greenmarket Square where locals sell thousands of typical African souvenirs. Their authenticity is often questioned though.
After a short break we passed through the Adderley Street which got its name after Charles Adderley. ...
... to others. After giving us a tour of some of the gardens, Mama Kaba spoke to us for a while, and the drive and passion that she possessed were truly inspiring. She told us stories about how she worked and fought tirelessly to raise the money for swimming pools to put in a couple of the townships, explaining that even though they were living in poverty, the children needed a source of pleasure and joy in their lives to distract them. ...