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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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... The world record holder, who held his breath 11min plus above water, apparently thinks of a smile to help him deal with the convulsions. Another record holder plays a tune in his head. I thought of a dance song, which probably did more harm than good. The training for holding my breath was amusing. We started with a refresher of how to breathe using my tummy, chest and upper throat. Then J said "ok now you can breathe for 2min then hold your breath till you feel ...
... reserve (there are at least 4 different species in the reserve). Finally reaching the cape, we were treated to one of the most spectacular scenes. Many of you have heard me describe Alaska as the most beautiful scenery I have seen on the planet. Today rivals that. Breathtaking rock formations overlooking seals sunning on the rocks in the water with the full force of mother nature crashing waves against the shore. ...
... sad to see and it makes you wonder what they must go through without having electricity in their homes and might have to travel long distances for water and such.
The most fun thing was tasting different kinds of wine with good company. My favorite was the Credo bottle which is a mixture of three different red wines blended into one.
The least ...
... of all places. Sure enough, there was a Casino, built right next door to some hot springs that had been over commercialised turned into a 'health spa’. We stayed there for 5 minutes and decided head on.
We were heading for a small town called Stanford, which Dave said was far too out of the way to get to in a day with everything else we wanted to do, we ignored obviously. We were turning a corner and I looked and thought there was a dog on the road, ...
... to and from Robben Island are often canceled due to rough seas. Our morning trip was "smooth sailing" on calm seas. Stepping onto the island, we saw a desolate and lonely place. I cannot imagine spending 10 hours let alone 27 years on this island. Then we toured the prison yards and cells where the inmates were forced to sleep naked on cement floors, work in the lime mine until they went blind and were threatened ...