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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... see the place where the people at the forefront of the struggle for South African democracy were held for so long. Our tour was conducted by a gruff former inmate who gave us a firsthand look inside life as a prisoner on Robben Island. While the tour itself was somewhat lackluster the history and impact of the place was pretty powerful and we were certainly glad that we took the time to make it out to the island. The ride back into the port of Cape Town was a ...
... us into people's home, took us
to their restaurants, and even got us to talk to the headmaster of the local
school. It was not an easy tour, but it was fascinating, for the adults and the
kids. The experience was both very interesting and also humbling. Over the course
of the day I really felt like I'd been ...
... There were 7 of us from the volunteering hostel, and 6 others, which was a nice mixture. We first headed to Stellenbosch, a University town 45 minutes north-east of Cape Town, and right in the middle of the wine district. Our first activity was a tour of Kayamandi Township, which is home to 60,000 people, which makes it one of the smaller townships. It is also known for being a very friendly and safe township, which it certainly appeared to be from ...
When you are fortunate enough to lead a comfortable and uncomplicated life style it is hard to voluntarily put yourself to the sword. Sometimes you need a little push.
In the suburb where I live sometimes I'll see an occasional rogue baboon rampaging through the streets bent on overturning dustbins. Perhaps I'll even spot a disorientated mountain tortoise nibbling its way through one of the residents flower beds. Otherwise it is quiet ...
... difficult time telling you the difference between Goya cooking wine and a vintage Cabernet Sauvignon if push really came to shove. Even after sampling a ton of different grape varietals with strong cheeses and tasty chocolates, I really just appreciated the fact that I was able to indulge in so much. It was also always fun watching the group transform from a nervous, quiet bunch into a boisterous, gregarious crew--I mean wine is a great social lubricant! ...