Colosseum Luxury Hotel
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... than thrilled with the transportation arrangement that had been made.
When we got back to the harbor, it became painfully clear to us that we had skipped lunch in our rush to get from Table Mountain to Robben Island and since it would be our last meal in Cape Town, we decided to head back to the Dim Sum restaurant that we enjoyed so much for one last round of tasty treats. Luckily we were able to sit outside on the patio and enjoy some wonderful ...
... a new town hall. The roles in which volunteers are involved will vary but may include digging foundations, mixing cement, placing the eco-bags to build walls, building a roof, plastering and putting the finishing coat of paint on the completed building. You do not need previous building experience to take part in this project but any relevant skills will be ...
... hot tin roofs. In some areas I can touch the shacks on both sides of the "street".
Originally meant to house 500 people Imizamo Yethu now houses 35,000 with residents including transients from Asia, China, India and Europe. By way of comparison the Cape Town airport Township is home to 1.4M people.
We make no judgement of what we saw, however, we can appreciate the scale of the problem facing the ...
... and beautiful; stores in the U.S. with items from Africa are making BANK; high 70s is jacket and boot weather for a majority of the locals; savory pastries and coffee=amazing!
Ok, I'll stop boring you now with my tired ramblings of the day. Next up: full-day tour of Cape Point, Cape of Good Hope, and the Kirstenbosch Gardens.
PS can't seem to upload photos on this right now. Hopefully tomorrow!
... Peak situated at the Western end of Table Mountain. Devil’s peak gets its name from a legendary smoking competition which took place between a Dutchman Van Honk and a man in a black cape and hat. After days of heavy smoking van Honk won and the man in the cape revealed himself to be the Devil. The peak to the right of Table Mountain is Lion Rock and the next on going east Signal Hill.
We also passed Cape Town University and the hospital where Faiza had ...