Colosseum Luxury Hotel
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Today is going to be a full day of activities! I am going on a full day tour of the Cape Peninsula which includes going to the nature reserve, botanical gardens and seeing the scenic routes. This tour is $82 per person which is cheap as it includes hotel pick up and drop off and seeing everything that's amazing to see!
The first stop on our tour was Hout Bay where we got to explore everything and see the seals that are here! ...
... time to get to the top. It was
hard work. Meanwhile, Adiel managed to get me up the cable car by twisting arms
and sneaking me into an elevator, so I avoided the hours’ long queue in the
relentless sun, and I joined Steve and Jane at the top. It’s like a rock garden
up there, and the views of the bays below and out to the Atlantic are
astonishing. Over 1400 native species, ...
... conditions. But in that case I should walk around naked which wouldn't be so useful haha! And also did diving with great white sharks today!!! It was amazing and very cold in the water! Stupid sea sickness afterwards, but it was the most breathtaking things I had done in my life so far. The moment they open their jaws and catches fish! When they fight for it. Did you know that sharks can feel heartbeats ??? And they swim towards ...
After our nice restful day we ended up having a bleugh day in the mall in Blouberg. We had hoped to be in and out of the mall real quick before picking Robin up, but I got stuck in the mobile shop trying to sort my mobile upgrades out. It took more than two hours by which time I was tired and Janet had a head ache. However it was worth it as she picked up one of ...
... and the gang violence. I always feel that people will say one thing but it really is the complete opposite - but people were dead on about the community and I realized this the minute I first stepped into it.
Although there may be poor living conditions and abuse all around, I still feel a since of love, passion, and collectivity that is spread throughout the community - which is very rare to find in America. The care workers that work in ...