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TravelPod Member ReviewsCheck Inn Sea Point
We were lured into staying at this hotel when they did not let us know that ther were doing major renovations.
In addition, the rooms were on the FOURTH floor and with Anesh's old folks the stairs were an issue.
This is the last time.
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... of a 2 hour hike and the longest 4. We wanted to visit the botanical gardens in Kirstenbosche as well, so we decided to take the route up through the gardens and onto the four hour hike. We woke up the next morning, ate a good breakfast provided by The B.I.G and asked reception to order us a cab. Unfortunately the cab took less time than expected and we had not fully packed our bags. We rushed the last of our belongings in and got in to the cab, blissfully unaware of the ...
... relief from the lady I was travelling with.
That night we ate Vietnamese and the food was good. Quite reasonable and a bottle of wine around $70 all up. They have a very interesting system here. There are people who show you where to park in the street. They wear safety jackets. As soon as you pull up to park in a spare spot they are standing there beside the drivers door. Uncanny one minute there is no one in the street, then ...
... scary to see because it talked about how the gang members recruit young boys to be in the gang and they are their "father figures" since a lot of boys don't have dads. We then got to meet a man who was in prison with Nelson Mandela and was in one of the worst gangs you can be in while in prison. This was all such culture shock to me because I had never learned about gangs really at all in my life.
The rest of the day we got settled in and then played with the ...
... him if he would like to take a stroll outside with us to get some fresh air and he jumped at the idea – he started putting his shoes on, although he was struggling a bit he did it all by himself – I think that he is a very proud person and independent – he wants to do things himself as much as he can. It was amazing when we went to the soccer fields and took him out of his wheelchair and helped him walk around for a bit. It was only for a few minutes but at ...
... driving 5 hours in 140 km/h with the windows down - it was like being in a storm. We tried to listen to music so our headsets could take some of the extreme blowing away. It didn't really work. Fortunately we stopped on the way to look at an old and famous tree that is 1000 years old (very nice tree), the world's highest bungy jump, a luxury garden hotel in the middle of the forest/bush and we had lunch down at a beach hotel in ...