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We went skydiving and we ate shrimp calamari and lamb. when we went skydiving it was a blast but Isaiah was a little scared but he thought it was fun so did Ruby and Eli
Day 54 – Tuesday 6th May
Boy am I exhausted !!
I'm not sure what time I woke up, but I stayed in bed for as long as I could. I started on yesterday’s blog entry but thought I should really get up, shower and dress.
Our plan for today was to go back to the V&A for a good look around and some shopping. I had thought about taking the HOHO but as there are only two ...
... been reading up a bit on proper attire to go on a safari, we realized that the bright colored shirts that both Bree and I had were not going to be the best so we decided to take advantage of the huge mall to look around for some more appropriate gear to wear into the bush. Luckily we found a store fairly similar to REI and a nice lady who was able to help us get all outfitted, although we did avoid the all khaki “official” uniform. Happy to have most of ...
... units that can be determined for flowering plants.
Following a busy few days we decided to have a small meal in the bar at the hotel. Jan asked the bartender if someone could sing us the African National Anthem and we were once again entertained by a moving rendition of the Anthem which was sung in three languages. Helen then noticed a dart board and the enjoyable evening ...
... been mugged).
My first day I wandered around the waterfront area, a bit of a shock after Ascension and St Helena. Ended up in a shopping mall which I swear was bigger than the entirety of Jamestown. Also in town this week was the final stages of the African Cup of Nations, though unfortunately I wasn't around for any of the games - would've been fun.
For such a beautiful city, Cape Town sure has a dark past. It seems as though every museum is more or ...