Devon Valley Hotel
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... is not suffercated
In the fun of it.
And fancy free
Wherever the thought takes one
Now off to iStanBULL
(My Dad would've enjoyed that word!)
What a busy airport
Interesting no smoking signs ...
... I have ever been in. I guess if I was forced to live in this shanty community by the accident of my birth and grew up seeing the sharp difference I should probably want to walk down the hill and EAT the RICH! There may have been a political freedom granted to all in SA but there is a way to go before all enjoy the benefits of economic freedom. However I was struck by the commitment and passion shown to move towards this change by both the poor black people and ...
... We had to have a beer and a snack to savour the view. Back on the bus to witness more splendour that is Cape Town. Along beaches and housing that reminder me of Monte Carlo, the houses on cliffs over water. Then onto some grassland next to water. Well it's won me over, surely it's revealed itself entirely. Nope. The last and final reveal was a darling harbour like 'Waterfront' as its called. Thousands of people, amazing ...
... I'm ready". Their "trot" is awkward and fast. You don't have control over the speed of the ostrich like you would a horse - the only thing keeping the ostrich going from as fast as they want is two guys behind holding the end of the ostrich's wings.
During the second half of the break we went driving out in ADDO park hoping to see the big 5. We saw everything but the lion. We then stayed in Jeffrey's Bay and had the opportunity to take a surfing lesson in ...
... ate a leisurely lunch it was about to get dark fairly soon. We made a quick visit to the coast which was so pure and beautiful. I wished I had more time. The way back was much easier and we were able to see some spectacular sunset views once the clouds cleared a bit. The hostel manager cooked dinner that night which is something I believe they do every night. On the menu was an authentic South African stew cooked in a kettle with charcoal underneath (yum!) so we signed ...