Protea Hotel Victoria Junction
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- Shuttle bus service
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... is where Nelson Mandela spent 18years of his prison sentence. The ferry ride over was beautiful- more seals playing in the water and great views back to Table mountain which towers over the city. The tour of the island itself was fascinating, it was led by a former political prisoner who had spent nearly 6 years incarcerated on the island. Being able to see Mandela's cell and the places he and the other prisoners spent their days was eerie but ...
Today we decided to go into the Manenberg Primary School which is their elementary school. To give a little background, the Women's Studies Group from GVSU came to South Africa last year and worked with the 7th grade students for 6 weeks. All the learners (students we call them) remembered and loved grand valley so we had a very large welcome. The principal put on an assembly to announcements and to introduce us into the school and we presented ...
... in all the shops. Cute little town,but I was ready to get back to the hotel. I needed to pack before our last dinner tonite. We fly home tomorrow. Even though it has been a great trip, I am ready to head home. Oh, Table Mountain was again closed today. Disappointing but it is what it ...
... br> We return along the scenic coastal route (seeing Ostriches) and stop at a little town which is not on the tourist trail. We have a quick lunch of sandwiches and admire an artificial grass market square which seems incongruous. I am on the water side as we drive along the steep cliffs. It is not for the faint of heart. The Twelve Apostles great us as we enter Cape Town.
Since we are ahead of schedule, Kim suggests heading to the ...
... way because the wind supposedly "bounces off" the building and bends the trees over the road.
On the way to the aquarium, the bus passed the hospital where the first ever heart transplant was performed. While we were at the aquarium, we took a special Canal cruise that was free because we had the 2 day pass for the bus. We went up and down the canal, under numerous bridges. We were told that a bag with a huge amount of money in it ...