Three Cities Bantry Bay Suite Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
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... that we were missing tops sheets in some places that we stayed. It is another testament of people taking a stand for freedom. For the most part, other than the few glimpses of the ugly side of the townships, we have experienced a mostly white and affluent Africa. This is nothing what I expected to see and happy to have had a chance to get a glimpse of history that while not a happy one, does speak to the power of people with a cause called freedom. We met Shelly and Chris about ...
... We came to a stop once we found three whales fooling around. Literally. Our guide informed us that we were lucky to be seeing a courting session between two males and a female, as many times the whales can actually be quite boring to watch. It was somewhat difficult appreciate the sheer size of these creatures as we only saw bits and pieces over the next while. I guess that's the chance you take when looking for wildlife, as I ...
A short southerly walk from Camps Bay provides glimpses of some of the ...
... population. We stopped at Archbishop Tutu's Anglican Cathedral where much was done to undo the damage of apartheid, allowing for a range of things like education programmes for non-whites (who could only take limited education) and a social club were interracial couples could meet and engage in normal activities. The kids struggled to understand how husband and wife could not walk in the street together and laughed at the absurdity of ethnicity tests such as the ...
... pick-up, it was off to the dive site. Unfortunately where the Sharks are this time of year is in the shallow, murky water, so I wasn't able to see much when you are actually submerged. But it was pretty impressive at the water-line level when a 12-15 foot great white slams into the cage an inch from your face with wide open jaws. Another day acting like a little kid. Well, with the shortened trip time Namibia was out, so it was off to Zambia to get to Victoria ...