De Waterkant Cottages
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... 12 Apostles, followed by the most stunning meal and our very own private movie theatre, complete with milkshakes, sweets and The Silver-lining Playbook (a GREAT movie!). I am so happy to have been able to be here to join my sister for such a lovely day. And the best thing about being here? I have 3 gorgeous months to eat, sleep and breathe Cape Town and get to know this beautiful country that will always be one of my ...
... suffered the most. It was decided that this once very colourful, cultural, and mixed community would be for whites only and so the coloured and blacks would be physically removed from their homes and their homes were demolished. 60,000 people were removed from their homes and relocated. And for what? They never even replaced the demolished homes with anything so now it is a place that is considered ruined. If you had a mixed family you'd be split up too. Thankfully with the work ...
... race, is ran with your brain, as the legs are barely responding. You have to ignore it, and convince yourself to keep going, that you can do it. We go down, then up again, then down some more. At this point, a lot of runners are walking, knowing that they will eventually finish within the time limit of 7 hours. With 6k to go, I decide that I won't stop and walk anymore, as I really want to get done with it. I have been running for 5 and a half hours.
... 1938 and it was incorporated into the Cape Peninsula National Park in 1998.
- The cliffs at the southern point, towering more than 200 meters above the sea, consist of three clearly defined promontories: Cape of Good Hope, Cape Maclear and Cape Point.
- Sometimes the Cape of Good Hope is also called the Cape of Storms. It is because around 650 ships have come to grief along the shores of the stormy Cape Peninsula.
... time I really felt like I was in Africa. It was incredible to see all of these animals roaming in the wild as well as learning about their history on the African continent. From here we went to the Wild Spirit Lodge which is an extremely popular destination for people traveling along the Garden Route. Nestled in the forest along the coast of the Western Cape, the Wild Spirit Lodge is a beautiful community stuck in the 70's. We participated in drum circles and bon fires while ...