City Lodge Hotel V&A Waterfront
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... where I heard a foreigner say "It's like we're not even in Africa anymore" and a local college student very pridefully corrected them assuring them that they are no less African and no less proud to call it their home than anyone else on this continent....it's just a different part of Africa and to me, that was a pretty beautiful realization.
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... both sides & end caps FULL of wine. But no beer, had to get they from the gas station.
We arrived at Chris and Tara's and saw their amazing house. They have two kids the same ages as our littles. They moved here from Edmonton just under a year ago. The house is an old british colonial house with wide baseboards, crown moulding and panel windows, gorgeous. The kids all played in the pool, played video games ...
This morning I spent my day touring through South Africa's best museum. The Two Oceans Aquarium is a window into the spectacular oceans surrounding the southern African coast. Through displays ranging from the small and almost fantastical Knysna seahorses, to large ragged-tooth sharks, the Aquarium holds wondrous discoveries around every corner. Be mesmerised by the swaying of the giant kelp in the aptly named Ocean Basket Kelp ...
... arid. We headed northwards towards Graaf Reinet, on a road that didn't deviate for 20 miles at a stretch. We were almost alone on the road. Graaf Reinet we stayed in, the first time we came to South Africa. A strange little town right out in the desert with nowhere near it less than a couple of hours drive, overhung by great red jagged hills. The town centre is very colonial and quaint, but most of the rest of it is rather shabby. We had a sedate cup of coffee at a sedate ...
... the door's step next to the other. I look beneath, ohh my God, I take a deep breath and jumppp.
Feeling the cool air gliding my face, I open my arms, I fly. Looking at the earth from 3000m height, it is beautiful, I enjoy the view and the strong wind or shall I say the air pressure beneath my body? I fly. Looking around, i like what I see, so relaxed, not aware of the high speed, not feeling any fear, just feeling free, I fly. It is amazing, it is ...