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Arrived ad left DBN all in one piece and a more or less sound mind I think - I can't account for all of my travel companions you see. Traveling by plane from Durban to Cape Town. Makes such a difference when you have considerate pleasant travel companions. The day did not start without antics and this is gonna be an interesting trip, but a nice …
... were so hospitable... They went to the store and bought a bottle of soda for us and brought us cookies. We were sad to leave them... We took pictures with them and they were so excited about it. They walked us out and stood in the street and kept waving to us as we walked away.
After we were finished seeing patients, we headed over to the Manenberg Clinic. We thought we were going to be helping out and maybe giving polio drops to ...
... with the town being built around a man-made lake, there are about 50 ghats leading down to the water. Most Hindus will make a pilgrimage to Pushkar, to bathe in the holy ghats, thereby washing away their sins. The lake is also used for them to spread the ashes of their departed, and about ten years ago it was dredged to clear it and reduce its level, as it had risen too high. Imagine bathing in that!! A beautiful village to walk around in, and to tour around the lake itself, ...
... stopped at a
number of memorials where attacks or deaths had taken place. One was the
Gugulethu 7 – in this case, 7 men had been told they were going to be picked up
for a job interview. However, their driver was a member of the security force
and when it looked like they had been stopped at a road block, the 7 were
actually ambushed and killed – the media reported that one of the 7 had been
about to throw a grenade to cover up their actions, but it ...
... young and we ended up going to a couple of bars with the girls. We even got to try crocodile at one of the bars. The next day we set back on our onward
journey to Cape Town.
Few cities have captivated me the way that Cape Town has. Such a beautiful city nestled at the foot of the beautiful table mountains and fringed by a beautiful coastline. It felt like I was back in Adelaide but with the happenings of a bigger city. Thanks to the conversions from AUD to ...
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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.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.