Protea Hotel Tyger Valley
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It was nice to have an enjoyable end to the day because the start was a bit disastrous. The maths lesson I had planned ended in shambles. I was supposed to be teaching them division of two digit numbers by one digit numbers and we had such a promising start, but as soon as the numbers got bigger I completely blanked on how to do it. I mean I know how to divide them but I had no idea how to explain it. I literally stood up there and stammered for about ...
... Cape Town tour guide. She was a lovely who had the gift of the gab but didn’t necessarily always keep her eyes on the road as she talked, if you know what I mean. Nevertheless it was a great day and we started by driving to the town of Paarl which is the start of the wineries as well as a predominant fruit growing area. If anyone is familiar with the Ceres juice brand, the fruit is grown here. She took us to a beautiful hotel that we were ...
... last year!
However it was my saviour this year. Up and up I went through the gorge adding layers as I got higher. I made it and I was delighted. The views were breathtaking.
I walked to the upper cable station had my picnic on a rock viewing the whole north side of the mountain. Two and a half weary hours later, I was running for my train. I could hardly walk let alone run. I will be sore tomorrow. Brilliant day.
... Norwegian, and some people from Holland. Everyone seems very nice and was very welcoming. It will be exciting to start classes there. Then we went to a native restaurant. Ate ox tail, crocodile, water hog, cow intestine, and ostrich. It was so much fun. There was a live band playing music, we got up and danced. The next day we drove up to a viewing point on Signal Hill (we think that's what it's ...
... and swishing his ox tail round (I think that was the culprit of the bad smells.. especially hen he kept wafting it through the air!) Me and Rach kept trying not to giggle as we saw each other both leaning further and further back away from the ox tail. There was snake skin stretched out close above our heads, baboon’s fingers and hands, voodoo type dolls, feathers and jars stacked high filled with goodness knows what. It was an experience but I must say I was rather glad to ...
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