City Lodge Hotel V&A Waterfront
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Coming to the end of such a long trip that has been filled with adventure made me put quite a bit of pressure on myself to make the most of every second I had left, and to go out with a bang. I needn't have worried though because my last couple of weeks in South Africa were perfect.
Here's what happened....
I'd already fallen for Derek who I'd met about an hour after I landed in Cape Town and we ...
... bus service! Although this is all quite daunting, the fact that the amazing Lapids are only 15 minutes away makes the whole thing SO much less scary. I will hopefully meet up with Mika some time during the week, and perhaps go up for a good meal(!) at the weekend. Bye for now X PS laptop decided it doesn't want to work (more yellow triangle for those who know what I mean), so no pictures for the time being. ...
... prisoners were actually educating common law criminals and imparting a certain sense of political awareness and empowerment to them, a political education of sorts. The prison guards thought it better that the two groups remain separate since god forbid people actually felt empowered to seize their own futures.
The island of course also has a storied history before it was transformed into a fortress of political suppression and isolation. It was at ...
... reached our hotel in Cape Town. The room had a wonderful view of Table Mountain however to our disappointment the cable car is closed for maintenance. We went out to an amazing restaurant for dinner where there was a Marimba band playing with 3 fabulous African girls singing African songs, boy can they move those hips. Sue got into the swing of it and went out front with the girls to have a go. After a couple of bottles of great local red we all headed of to ...
... Darvall. Washkansky lived for 18 days before dying of pneumonia. After the museum, we went to Long St. in Cape Town, which is a long street (haha) full of shops and restaurants. We did some shopping and had dinner at one of the restaurants on the strip called The Neighborhood where we also beat up on some South Africans in pool. To get home, we all (8 of us plus 1 SHAWCO person named Lungesa) piled into a taxi made to seat 7. Good times.