City Lodge Hotel V&A Waterfront
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As the train neared the city 100's of people boarded on their way home from work - lots of chatter and joy.
The day culminated with an evening at "Marco's African Place" with good food and plenty of African music and song.
September 19, Robben Island and Kirstenbosch, Cape Town
After an 8.15am start and an 'attention' episode (or fair to say an ...
... We even ran into some of my former hostel crew from 33 South Backpackers, livening up the mood even more and reinforcing the communal atmosphere that defines Mzoli's.
Monday, my final full day in Cape Town, was going to be one of decadence and excess: I would be visiting five vineyards and learning the intricacies of South African wine tasting. Again, this was part of a planned tour with Wine Flies, which despite being a planned and ...
... adjoining table in the dining room a few nights earlier). Who says cruising doesn't make you nervous.
Anyway we made it on time (10 am) to our rendezvous point but unfortunately Faiza could not find us and eventually at about half past one we decided, frustrated and disappointed, to return to the ship.
Just before we finally gave up we went into the very splendid V&A Waterfront shopping centre where amongst other things we found a 'Woolworths’. ...
... are wonderful people, and meeting the patients is such a joy. Today we saw four patients. The first was a 73 year old woman named Emily ("The Golden Girl") who had very severe Arthritis, especially in her hands and feet. Her left leg had been amputated and when we asked why, she said she didn't know! But she did say that they had mentioned it might have been an unnecessary amputation... which is super sad. She was my favorite by far. She was so ...
... in the festivities before making our way back to the airport to drop off our car and be collected for our safari. What we didn’t know when we were making those plans is that tomorrow morning would have something different in store for us. This is the comedy of life, I think. You establish your goals. You make your plans. You set off to realize these plans. But we’re all at the mercy of life. Sometimes things happen around you, to you, and ...