New Kings Hotel
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... cathedral in S. Africa and the mother church of the Anglican Diocese of Cape Town. At the bottom of the Cathedral lies an exhibit called The Crypt: Memory and Witness Centre. It’s a powerful exhibit of photos, stories and poems demonstrating the feelings and conflicts between protestors and police during the period of apartheid. The Cathedral’s clergy and Desmond Tutu are also highlighted for their peaceful protests. ...
... walk up to the light house. Anthony, Mike and I almost suffered like three individual heart attacks trying to climb up the steep slope. It was all worth it once we got to the top. I even climbed the rock and got a nice pic of myself - thanks Anthony.
I rapidly started to go down hill after the light house visit. I was very tired and didn't feel like going out to eat that night. I immediately went to bed when I got ...
... Battles and war were not uncommon over land and rule between the different groups of people. By the 20th century a centralized government was formed by the Africaans (which were the white people except for the British). This government, the National Party, was who started the apartheid and made the segregation and inhuman treatment of blacks and coloreds a part of the constitution. The second half of the 20th century was when ...
... colony of African Penguins. The penguins are best viewed from Foxy Beach. Let me mention at least a few interesting facts about penguins:
- From just two breeding pairs in 1982, the penguin colony has grown to about 2 200 in recent years.
- The African Penguin is listed in the Red Data Book as an endangered species. Of the 1,5-million African Penguin population estimated in 1910, only some 10% remained at the end of the 20th ...
... houses of the people we know from Melbourne. A quick trip to his local milk bar saw the kids enjoying a Jelly Belly icy pole for the first time. Very yummy.
On our itinerary we had included Adderley Street lights. So a quick trip into the city saw us moving right up Adderley St and under the lights but as it was still daylight we could not see them and we were just too tired to go back once it got dark. Hopefully once we are over our jet lag ...