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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
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... still standing. We had some of the funniest falls we were laughing the entire time. But we got so tired so took it down to the surf program hoping the kids would want to have a go. They didn't but nico and patti came back out with us and had a go and that was fun too. Was a really good afternoon! Today was jakes last day and he left at like 8 pm. That was pretty rough. He'd been here for 3 months so everyone was ...
... If there's a place on earth which combines almost all my hobbies in one place, it's Cape Town. It has rock climbing, scuba diving, free diving and hiking right at its doorstep. The only downsides are it's waters are frigid cold and shark infested... After scratching my head some, I decided to head to a backpacker lodge in Muizenberg figuring I could camp there for a night to make a plan. Muizenberg is a tiny surfer town south of Cape Town. I rented a very ...
... bar, jelly beans, a juice and a bottled water. The food wasn’t very good.
The second meeting we had was with PRASA, Public Rail Agency of South Africa. There we spent approximately two and a half hours in which they discussed with us upgrades that were made in 2010 that was primarily due to the world cup being help in Cape Town, South Africa. They also went into detail about the expected significant upgrades ...
... staring out of our window for about 30 minutes before it started to ease and we then ventured out. The shopping centre on the Waterfront has more than 450 shops and felt like being at Blue Water, so we didn't waste too much time in there. The sun threatened to come out so we strolled around the harbour and along to Cape Grace Hotel, where the Delwani Honeymoon 'murder'couple were staying. I took a poke inside the lobby much too Jackie's embarrassment. A ...
Our very last day in South Africa has come. We went to Robben Island, the place Nelson Mandela was incarcerated, for more history. YAYY! (Sarcasm.) It was an hour ferry ride before we arrived at the island. Once we got there we were shuttled to different buses to get a tour of the island. After spending an hour on a ferry the last thing I wanted to do was be on another mode of transportation. I honestly don't remember much from this part because I took ...