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Travel Blogs from Somerset West
June 12th - Ch e e t a h s
Well I woke up this morning and had a huge breakfast at the B&B then drove along the coast and over to the main highway then I was right at the Cheetah Outreach. While driving along the coast I could see seal island in the distance but I couldn't see any jumping sharks. I am just going to assume that it was a horrible day on the water and I made the correct choice by going yesterday instead. On the way ...
... back and create space for ourselves. She also said that she would take the ill people off the ship so that others wouldn't die because it was her job to make it to the trade lands and back home to her people and her culture. It was very interesting and helped us understand how the many different kinds of people came about in South Africa and the 11 different languages - English and Afrikaans being the main. After pre-apartheid, Lunguesa discussed post-apartheid, ...
... and very functional. But we were both confused. The last time Erik had seen Dan, they were living a normal lifestyle in a lovely, big home. Dan was in the middle of preparing some pasta and sauce when we arrived and then he took a phone call that sounded important, leaving us to chat amongst ourselves for about 15 minutes. I think we were making small talk but trying to figure out why they were here. Brilliant set-up or not, with bunnies hopping all ...
... they were like, it was freezing, they only had a thin mat to sleep on and no pillow, I honestly thought wow that sounds like the camping iv just been on!!! Like prison! And I paid for it! Plus they got loads of blankets, I didn't get any and my sleeping back was ****! Ha. I'm not suggesting camping was worse than how they had it but I know u can get used to things easily :) So glad I went there and want to read Nelson's book and Robert Sodukwe's book now!!! Boat ride was ...
Just a quick note to say that after 30 hours spent in 4 different airports and 3 different aircraft I made it into Cape Town late last night. There is a 9 hour time difference here in Cape Town so I am in semi-Zombie mode right now. The interesting thing about jet lag seems to be that no matter how tired you are you still can't sleep properly.
The temperature here is about 20 C which is perfect. Hopefully it ...
Other places to stay in Somerset West
CNR Main Road (M9) & Broadway Boulevard (R44) Roads, Somerset West | 3 star hotelfrom $73
Lourensford Road, Somerset West | 4 star hotelfrom $86
01 Morgenster Avenue, Somerset West | 4 star hotelfrom $97
8 Waveren Avenue, Somerset West | Hotelfrom $75