NH The Lord Charles
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... was Canadian over American by the way she said the word sorry. (Not the facts he said sorry (she actually isn't polite) but the way she said her O) So got to know a few people! A lot of hippie, free spirited people .... But a lot of normal down to earth people too. Cannot wait till these first couple of days are over so I can get into a rhythm and know my place. Childcare is the most popular program... I'm starting to regret not hVing done surfing and sports ...
This morning I woke up fairly early so I wasn't running late for my activities planned for the day. I started the day by waking up and spending half an hour down by the pool before having breakfast. Once I had breakfast I went back up to my hotel room and got prepared for the day I had planned. My first journey took my off to Cape Town Diamond Museum, this museum had a fantastic display ...
... our expectations. The city has taken time to get used to but now we feel comfortable not always taking the "tourist" routes in and out.
The mountain drives and scenery, coastlines and bays have been as spectacular as any we have found in Canada and New Zealand.
Overall a big thumbs up from us and we heartily recommend a trip to South Africa.
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... off but massively struggled, so Debs borrowed someones trolley until they finally offered to help us, until we met Rachel and Duncan - Heidi's cousins. Drove to Mandy's where we showered and had lunch in the sun, then sat and watched Disney channel with the young girl for a while before dinner. Then watched some dinner date programme (back in the world of ****** TV) before going to bed ...
... the skydive (loved it if you can't tell) and now began the journey back to my hostel. Making our way back down the dirt road something definitely broke on the cabbie's car. Engine was going through starts and stops, steering wheel just turning randomly, all-in-all a good time. We kept stopping to look at the car/see if we could make it back the city. We got to the highway and drove back to Cape Town at half-speed with the emergency lights on the whole way. I told the cabbie he ...