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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... guard duty watching for predators while the others search for food. I don't know who tracks this stuff but apparently sentry duty is usually approximately an hour long and the meerkat standing guard makes peeping sounds when all is well- if danger is spotted, he/she barks loudly or whistles. Probably a good idea if you're a potential lunch for just about everybody.
Not a bad way to start our day- all because of a sign hanging off a post near an ostrich ...
... to our room for a final last nervous poo (Probably too much information!). Then with our bags containing warm clothes and cameras, we walked down the road to the harbour. It felt like we were taking our final steps to the executioners chair! As we walked into the office of the White Shark Diving Company, I put on my brave confident face, but my legs were still wobbling all over the place. The receptionist was a very camp man called Robert, who gave me a tadge more ...
... walking around and hovering over us just to get the first greets in of the day to the white people. Strangely, there was no one around. We all just looked at each other knowing that this was weird. We maybe thought it was because of the weather being colder today. We were taking some pictures with our care workers when the CEO of the People's Centre came out and told us that the township is very hostile and we must leave immediately. Oh ...
... 1). Cape slaves from the colonial era who came from Mozambique, Madagascar, India, Sri Lanka, Indonesia and other countries
2). Indigenous Khoi/San peoples (the original ‘Bushmen’)
3). European settlers mixing with black Africans.
There are 4.5 million coloreds in South Africa, comprising 8-9% of the population. Colored identity is incredibly multifaceted, but seems to always be ...