City Lodge Hotel V&A Waterfront
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... guide who explained the various sights at stopping points, but we weren't allowed off the bus during the tour of the island. Not sure if this was due to the number of people on the tour and logistics of moving us all around, but it kind of limited the experience.
Once we got to the high security prison that had been used for political prisoners, we got off, and another guide, who had been a prisoner there for 5 years ...
... the day was I got a bit silly with Jess on Facebook, I was being needy and over stepped the mark, hopefully I rectified the situation by the end of the night but I can't afford too many slip ups like that. I just want to show her what she means to me but I feel so very away and am a bit panicky, I'm not a great catch and I'm really trying to make myself more appealing, Jess says that she is a slow burner and that's fine, I just need to make sure that the fire doesn't go out ...
... 1 soft drink per person).
• 9:00PMLate evening return to Hotel
• Overnight: Cape Town (4), Southern Sun The Cullinan Hotel , internet included (500 MB daily)
Today was a day of determination. I woke up feeling quite sick. My cold has moved to my sinuses, and the pressure was immense. On top of that, at least 4 others had or going ...
... Ajay for this part of the trip. I liked Clare because she was more down to earth. She gave us a two cent tour of Cape Town as we were going to the hotel. The Table Mountain looked beautiful and I couldn't wait to go on Saturday. One of the things that I thought was a bit odd was that there were not one but T W O oil rigs at the shore line. I was like not only does it ruin the appeal of the shore, but should there be an unfortunate ...
... you. It was almost as if a ghost was appearing. The bait would pass right past the cage and the shark was right behind it. The shark would come right at the cage and before he hit the cage he would turn and swim by you close enough that you could reach out and touch them. A second later he would disappear. As the shark would go by you could see him checking us out with its jaws open. It was then that I decided that I never want to get attacked by one ...