The Last Word Long Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on the 9th of September (as far as I know) and we hope it is still valid because the entrance fee is R90 p.p....after we have decided to renew the wildcard (and we really nearly turned around) they told us that, for this week, entrance is free for this week is free. We cannot believe our like we giggle all ...
... after him. Megan went with her own technique of putting thing in her mouth before spitting it, and well it worked because she won. It began to get dark and we kept a look out for more animals, which our greatest success was the silhouette of a giraffe. We finally made our way back to the reserve welcome area, where we ate dinner and played cards until we decided we soaked up as much of the experience as possible and went to bed for our 7am Safari the following ...
... has received, we are able to give back to the community in an invaluable way. Clothing and shoes are hard to come by in this community, and so the opportunity to organize an event where the whole community can pick up free clothes and shoes is extremely exciting. Our program launch is meant to get the community talking about Hoops 4 Hope and raise awareness, as well as provide solutions, to the issues and challenges the youth face in Gugulethu. I have been in Cape Town ...
... my gear off in my room, the Beach House, I went up to the hostel’s roof top bar to check out the “scene”. There I find some guys hosting a DJ/House music internet radio show while others lounged around on bean bag chairs and futons. Pretty cool! Not my style of music but I openly admit that I got into it and might even find myself downloading some of that genre. Now I am a pretty social guy but I did find this crowd a little tricky to break into ...
... and useless wing flapping. The comedy and adorability of it all kept us entranced for the better part of two hours.
On our way back to the car, we saw a sight that was perhaps more staggering than the penguins. In South Africa, people will do what they can for work. You’ll often see people mingling with traffic at stoplights trying to see all sorts of paraphernalia. This is actually quite common across all of Africa, to be honest. The ...