Town Lodge Bellville The Lodge Hotel
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... s not safe enough. If we want to go out we have
to call a cab. The first day I was here, my host mom told me “if anything
happens to you on the street near the house, just scream.” That shows you how
safe it is, isn’t it? But, to be completely honest I almost never felt unsafe.
You just have to be very careful and follow the rules. That’s it.
With all my love,
... made a lot of the kids day for sure. I wore my handprint t shirt all day and it was adorable how my kids would come up and place their hands on their handprint. I had been given baby clothes and some toddler t shirts to donate before I left. The baby clothes were too small for any of the babies or children that are at childcare but I talked to my teacher about what I should do and she talked about how she had a lot of people who would appreciate baby clothes. My teacher ...
So have lived the tourist life in Cape Town. Wandered around long street getting lost but being helped put by the nicest person selling the big issue. Been on the hop on hop off bus, a must in any city and remembered to keep my ticket for my 10% discount in my next city ? Sydney The ...
... lighthouse is fairly useless as the top is usually shrouded in mist and can't be seen by the ships!!! We had lunch here , a nice light salad, but there were baboons around so we couldn't go outside to eat it as the baboons are liable to attact you and apparently have canines sharper than a lion!! Having left Cape point we headed to the Table Mountain Nature reserve. It is 1100 hectares according to our guide so of course we couldn't see ...
Day 44 Wake up time was 5am, I am definitely regretting staying up so late last night. We packed up the tents, loaded the truck, had breakfast, and were on the road by 6am. We drove for 6 hours before arriving at our new campsite. We saw baboons, ostriches and springboks along the way. The campsite was also very nice with lots of dogs! We played with the dogs, then left to go rafting on the ...