Courtyard Hotel Cape Town
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... must have been a sale on difficult colours to sell. Looks great (photos attached). Bei and I then joined a walking tour of the city given by a guy who's parents were affected by Apartheid. His mum lived in one area and father in another. Went to a local cafe for lunch and had a burger which when combined with the gallon of beetroot juice that I'd drank early produced enough gas to run a ...
... to the tourists. It’s at a Greenmarket Square between Longmarket Street and Shortmarket Street. How’s that for names?
We wondered through the market stalls for a while and then headed for Long Street. They have some beautiful, or at least interesting, old buildings here that we passed along the way. The art shop was about where we remembered it to be, but it was closed. What to do? The phone number was in ...
... has closed the entire airport (uh oh....that doesn't sound good) and that they are trying to figure things out because we don't have a ton of spare fuel (comforting at 35,000 feet) and the crew's flight hours are almost up (which would pretty much ensure we were stranded in Johannesburg for some time). It was right about then that we were thanking Jen for having sent out our flight info/itineraries/emergency contact info to our families. We could only imagine our families ...
... we got in a taxi and drove down to the tour bus stop. Today we were actually going to get off the bus today, so we rode the bus to Kirstenbosch Gardens. At Kirstenbosch Gardens were did the canopy walk, which was a board-walk over the canopy over looking the whole garden. The smell there was strong but lovely, not my cup of tea but still pretty good. once we left the garden we decided to go to ...
... Namibia, we felt like we had reached the home straight - ahead of us was South Africa, with excellent roads, good campsites, and a vaguely efficient border. How wrong we were.
For some unknown reason, the truck we were travelling in is British registered. This proved a problem as it is therefore not allowed to carry passengers in South Africa. The plan was that another Acacia truck would come up from Cape Town and meet us at the border and then take us back down. ...