The Bloomberg Camps Bay
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
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... watched as my blood slowly diffused it's way through the test strip. If it stopped early, I would be HIV positive. If it kept marching on to the end, I'd be negative. My blood kept marching on. I felt relieved, even though I knew the chances of getting positive weren't high. As I walked away, I noticed he didn't offer to shake hands. On one hand, i understood how there's no one who better understands the effects of HIV as someone who's lived with it for more than ...
oday we drove through a few of the towns in the wine country
around Cape Town, stopping in Stellenbosch and Franschoek. The wineries themselves were quite nice - very grand and modern –you can see that they
are courting the wedding ...
... strip of Camps Bay for a champagne or cocktail. Watching the sunset here is amazing and something I could never tire of, or the sundowners ...Our deck served as an amazing viewing platform throughout the day looking down at the ocean and bay beach and out over Lions Head. One morning we saw a dark patch of water which looked like a giant school of fish coming into the bay, as it approached closer though, through my camera lens we could see it was not fish rather ...
... left to our own devices for the first couple of days as there is so much to do in Cape Town. The only bonus was that we got breakfast and dinner included so we could eat out without spending any money! We got up quite early to join Lachy and Toni in climbing Table Mountain before it got too hot. We got a taxi to the start of the trail (which took off 400m of height) and started walking by around 8.30am. It was a long steep trail that climbed a total of 700m in height through ...
On our run this morning we discovered that the bus strike was over! (Professor Brew and Jen made it clear when they started jumping for joy on our run. Taylor and I were oblivious to the sign, of course.) This was such great news for us because it meant we could have an opportunity to be apart of the mobile clinics! I was exposed to the most dangerous part of South Africa this morning: drivers. We were crossing the road, when Taylor stopped so I turned to see if she ...