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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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... answer to that last question is of course "because that is the way it is". One of our guides was born in S.A., Cape Town specifically, during apartheid. From the day he was born, he was taught that segregation, racism, and all of things that we see as terrible were "just the way it was". We all think that they should just know it was wrong but when it is all you have ever known, all you have ever seen, all you have ever been taught, you ...
... box lunch (we were pressed for time between meetings) and it was terrible. Which was ok, because so far every single meal has been excellent. I certainly wasn't starving at this point.
Next we visited the headquarters of the Cape Town Metro Rail, a division of PRASA (Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa). The speakers were nice enough to meet us at the door, and similarly to most of the business visits, were eager to speak with us for as long as ...
... through the waterfront back on the mainland and got taxis back to the hostel ready for our group meal out. We regaled each other with our highlights and lowlights of the trip over dinner and made the most of our last night together as a group. The next few days were a constant stream of people leaving the country so it was a sad time. We were excited to still have another couple of weeks to go though!
The following day was officially the start of our Garden Route tour but ...
... thank you and disappears. Hmm once again. Thinking we were going to do some hands on stuff and didn't get to. Oh well.
Next we went back to the Manenberg Primary school because they were having community day. There was a jump castle, candy floss (cotton candy US), a DJ, soccer games, popcorn, and magic. Oh, and did I mention that there was a 7 year old girl dancing on stage like a 25 year old stripper? If she was 16 maybe I would have been impressed. Don't get me ...
... that while colored identity held and continues to hold an intermediary and marginalized status in South African society, it is fluid and complex and that the lived experiences of individuals produces a multitude of identity narratives. In this way, there are intra-cultural differences within the colored community as to what it means to be ‘colored,’ and these meanings change over time. There does, however, appear to be ...