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Travel Blogs from Sea Point
... take them for PT class. They behave so well in the classroom, and then go wild outside. It's a little annoying but ok to a certain extent. I tried to play sharks and minnows with the kindergarteners. Once I found my sharks, all the other kids asked if they could be all sorts of animals, cheetahs, dinosaurs, whales, mermaids, lions. So once we started to play, it turned into all of them racing around and being their animal. It was very funny and cute, ...
... the restaurant that he was taking them to. His response was that taxi drivers cannot afford any of these restaurants. It is these moments, these situations and these questions that have made this trip so valuable to me. Because we don't learn from being comfortable. We learn from the discomfort, the awkward and the intense. I am still not sure exactly what to think of Sharon and that situation, but I do know that I will probably never forget her.
... to tenants through a letting agency whilst travelling; this helps significantly in covering some of the costs involved such as fuel for the vehicle. In fact, if one compares the costs of overlanding with staying at home the only major additional costs that will be incurred are fuel, shipping/ferries, extra insurance and the like. If rental income is coming in the big cost of fuel will hopefully be largely covered. Food in all likelihood will cost less whilst ...
... targeted food support, water supply, sanitation facilities, health/hygiene education, income generation, and agriculture and food production.
On our trip we visited the squatter camps on the outskirts of Cape Town. The camps are filled with rows and rows of tiny tin boxes 2.5 million people call their homes. There are wires all over the place connecting these tin boxes to an illegal source of electricity. There is no sanitation inside these houses. ...
... shops and seeing the beautiful False Bay. We then left that morning for a 5 hour drive back to Mossel Bay. Unfortunately, our kombi, a Volkswagen van, broke down about two hours into the trip. We were in the middle of South Africa with no tow truck to call or city nearby. One of our intern managers, Rob, had to drive from Mossel Bay and tow us to the nearest town of Swellendam. We got a ride back home with Rob and our vehicle was fixed the next ...
Other places to stay in Sea Point
Sea Point, Sea Point | 3 star hotelfrom $118
Cnr Gordan Hood & Hendrik Verwoerd Avenues, Centurion, Pretoria, 0046, Sea Point | 3 star hotel
Barkly Road no 9, Sea Point | 4 star hotelfrom $75
8 Oliver Road, Sea Point | 3 star hotelfrom $63
Sea Point, Sea Point | 2 star hotel$227 average