Hollow On The Square Cape Town City Hotel
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... District Six, reclaiming his history through work at the museum. We are continually amazed by the modernity of Southern African history as we learn it from those who have been directly affected by such intense and important events. We are reminded also that it is pretty incredible to be here at this time in history.
The Slave Lodge is the oldest building in Cape Town and once held and sold slaves. Once again, our guide was a ...
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Views from the top were spectacular but even the Queen Mary 2 was too small for us to see until we got lower down.
Camp Bay where you have to wear your shades was next stop and a sunny balcony with a cocktail was a time to bask in the sun. Final stop at the waterfront in Cape Town where we had dinner at the brewery pub. Excellent pizza but I could only eat ...
... next day I got home from sightseeing around town expecting to head for a run in the botanical gardens. I walk through the door and get a bit of "there's been a change of plan", turns out Geoff has managed to arrange for us to camp on table mountain!! I had five minutes to pack a bag, and we hot legged it up a big climb to catch the sunset on top. We made it with minutes to spare and actually had to sprint across the top to get to ...
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All in all It was an amazing trip. Things really couldn't have gone much more smoothly than they did. I can't wait to return to South Africa and to visit other countries in southern Africa like Namibia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Tanzania and Mali.