The Last Word Long Beach
- 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 ...
... notice the sheep's head is being steam cleaned but Mr Louis Vuitton shoes who was on our tour certainly did!
There are many hostel or flats in the townships throughout Cape Town. They were originally for the black or coloured workers, then for their families as well. The one we visited had 5 rooms, one bathroom, one kitchen for 16 families. So each room, the size of a normal bedroom, has 3 families, each with 3-4 people on one single bed. This is an unbelievable ...
... in a plastic bag that was tied to her bra strap. When talking with the family, they smelled of stale alcohol so we knew that Oma needed some special love and attention. Tim and I assisted in bathing, dressing, washing her feet, and cutting her toenails. When dressing Oma in her cheetah knock off Ugg boots, her daughter almost found her stash of money and it held us all in suspense hoping that she wouldn’t notice the ...
... the road, we saw the same shanty town on the outskirts of johannesburg. Such a sad way of life.
Moments later, we got to the airport and were dropped off. I gave the driver a light tip - perhaps $3.00. I wasn't feeling too generous after them being so late. Us and the "girls" got checked into our flight and parted ways. Lisa and I scoped out the food court but wanted something a little more upscale. So, we went to the Keg. It was ...
... 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 ...