Inn With A View
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... handed so we carefully selected a couple of small bowls which had been made that very day and we were very happy to be able to contribute a little bit to the success of the program. After the community center we began our walking tour of Langa which I have to admit I was a bit nervous about at first. It felt at times very voyeuristic to be walking through the streets looking at the various shacks and shanties that were erected as people’s homes and place ...
... to some of South
Africa's most famous political prisoners, including Nelson Mandela. Robben Island
is a must visit for the school kids in that it's historical significance is what
made South Africa what it is today. The tour is around 3 hours long with three
tours a day. There is ample opportunity to pick a time that best suites you. As I
made my way back to my ...
... we stopped off at Catch 22 before home for my first taste of a Dom Pedro (Ice cream and whiskey) and a Sprinkg Bok shooter (Cape Velvet and Creme de menthe). Lovely!
Beautiful mountain and beautiful hike on a gorgeous day. It was steep though so glad it's one crossed off the list! Although I have to say since the hike every time I see the mountain, I can see the top and think "I climbed up there" and now appreciate it all the more.
... who was with us the last time we were at Kalk Bay). We suffered a little bit for all of that fun the next morning, but perked up again over an excellent lunch with Sarah and Jason at a local 17th-century estate/winery. (It looked and felt a little like Mount Vernon, if Mount Vernon also did wine tastings--and it should.) We then enjoyed a chill afternoon on the couch, Sarah doing doc review (corporate law firms are the same the whole world over) and Jason ...
... regular birthday cards to Nick (how did she ever find out when his birthday was?)
Exit from the ship proved much more complicated as we got caught up with cues of people disembarking permanently at Cape Town. There was an incident on the quay when a lady from Norfolk tripped over a proud piece of steel and Nick had to hold the fort while the Cunard staff arrived. (This was the second medical encounter the first a grand mal –ok generalised tonic clonic convulsion - ...