The Bay Hotel
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... as a mixed community of freed slaves, merchants, artisans, labourers and immigrants, District Six was a vibrant centre with close links to the city and the port. By the beginning of the twentieth century, however, the process of removals and marginalisation began and the distinctions of ‘white’, ‘coloured’ and ‘black’ became the labels which divided the nation. A true eye opener for any visitors to Cape Town.
... br> Man make fire – a successful BBQ was assembled and coals
nicely burned to optimum temperature by the pool and with the fish and chicken
expertly marinated by S and L we were ready to cook. A very successful evening was had with
beautiful fish and chicken accompanied by the ripest of avocados and
salad. This was matched throughout with
the best that Groot could offer and we even managed to polish off the entire
bottle of Amarula!
... shes got a bit of OCD for that stuff. She should just have a wash they probs chase her cause shes reekin. Early night tonight because tomorrow is Dubai!!!! Had a great time in South Africa but really want to just get to Duuubs now! The room is absolutely roasting, im sleepin in a paper thin sheet with the fan on and im still sweating, this is going to be a minging sleep. Nae doot claire wont manage cause she has it in her head again she ...
... flat it felt like we were just on a small island, not on a huge mountain! I talked Matt into paying the money to get the rotating cable car back down. Don't tell him I said this, but it was a waste of money! The tiny cable car was filled with 65 people. The hike up was much better. Jane was waiting at the bottom for us ready to take us to our next Cape Town must-see destination, unfortunately this wasn't high tea. Instead we made ...
... and obviously, the tour is over. We walk back to the docks to read the big posters and visit the gift shop, but we are out of time and have to head back to the boat. It is a bit disappointing in the end, cause we felt a bit rushed.
The boat ride back to the continent is just as spectacular though. We land and look for a restaurant on the see and find a nice terrace. We have a fabulous lunch. Later on, we say bye to our friends to go ...