Protea Hotel North Wharf
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... my way back to the seat without falling over (or falling on anyone else). Big waves are not my cup of tea (even if it's just a storm in a tea cup...ha ha...couldn't resist that), and they strike real fear in me - I must have drowned in a stormy sea in a past life. A couple of us were a bit green by the end of this ride. As S said, "I preferred the cruise down the Zambezi." Well, this was certainly different from 2006 when it was blue skies and calm seas. Roller coaster ride in ...
... we just hopped on and went into the deep with nothing but inexperience and overenthousiasm. It might seem quite painless falling in the sand, but when speed meets clumsiness it could always result in some painfull moments. As I made some serious speed sometimes, there was always the potential of getting hurt. And hurt it did.
The last adding on the list was the canopy tour. It was a tour organized by a different internship agency, but I was lucky that I could ...
We arrived in Cape Town for the relaxation part of the trip. The funny thing is that there is less time to blog because we are filling or days and nights. Tomorrow is wine tour and I'll fill in the gaps.
One thing that has been consistent between Zambia and south ...
... s old friend from university Punga's (Scott) house for a South African BBQ called a braai. It was absolutely delicious! The Campbell family was so lovely and made us all very welcome in there amazing home and it was very nice for Grunta and Wayne to catch up with Punga..... Lots of stories, wine and laughs. Thank you Campbell family can't wait to entertain you on your travels to New Zealand soon.
... 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 ...