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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
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Cape Town was a really cool place. We stayed in a condo right downtown, where we were able to take daily strolls down to the waterfront. There was a little shopping mall right on the edge of the city called the Victoria and Albert Waterfront. That's where our little grocery store was, so we found ourselves there nearly every day. It was also nice …
Cape Town Arrived 5 days ago and it felt like coming home. Having left Dubai's extreme high temperatures we were welcomed to a lovely moderate early spring climate and plenty of lush green. We stayed at the waterfront by the V&A docks and our balcony overlooked one of the waterways. My highlights for Cape Town were taking the hop on blue bus …
... give someone about 60 rand. To put this into context a bus ride into town cost about 20 rand. Most people looking for work would wait at traffic lights and get picked up not knowing what they would be paid.
There is lots to say about South Africa and our feeling of sadness at the racial division and wealth inequalities that seemed so evident there but no more about that now.
Our next stop was Namibia and we were fortunate that ...
... the idea of multiculturalism. Whether or not South Africa has achieved the ideals of the Rainbow Nation is debatable, as the racial divide is still far too blatant, at least, to the casual observer. But in some South African indigenous cultures, a rainbow represents hope and a bright future - who knows how long it will take for that future to become reality, but when it does, it's important to remember that the seeds were sown in, of all places, a ...