Protea Hotel North Wharf
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... were trees lined up on both sides of the road creating a very shady area, and we were not even close to the park yet.
There is a fee to enter the garden and there were many families ready to enter and spend time touring the park or having a picnic. We walked through several sections of the park. You really need a map so that you don't miss out on seeing the different plants. I wanted ...
... had some thrilling encounters with leopards, elephants, gangs of giraffe as well as a full company of the usual suspects - zebra, wildebeest, kudu, impala, warthogs, crocodiles, jackals, et al. But NO lions! The terrain is a mix of low bush grassland, pans, and patches of teak & acacia forest. We stayed in a cottage at Main Camp, an early to mid C20 camp that has seen better days (and no maintenance ...
... The day has been brutally hot. Then we carried on to the southern section of the park where not so many people go. It was very hilly, and we saw a pair of young bull elephants in a waterhole surrounded by many warthogs, but not much else, so we turned around and exited the park via the mid-way gate on a road heading to Addo village, wanting to buy some more drinking water. This was a bad move because the road to Addo was a lot longer than we had anticipated and unsurfaced. Addo ...
... cha class to see if anymore could be gleaned. Answer- just a little, so we must be approaching intermediate now!
This evening was a 'formal night' the 'black and white' ball. This means that formal dress is required in most of the ship. So tonight Nick had a tour of the QM2 medical centre in a dinner jacket. This is well equipped with a 9 bed unit and facilities for resuscitation, ventilation, intravenous inotropic support, ...
This is going to be a short entry because today wasn't that interesting and not too much happened.
Those was our second day with SHAWCO. We went to a different University of Cape Town campus area to work with SHAWCO and to learn more about the South African history. It was kind of slow but they made it interactive so that it was interesting. We did a couple group projects and learned a lot of new things.
This was a short part of ...