Mouille Point Village
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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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... urbanization, essential resources such as electricity and water continue to be scarce in Cape Town and other parts of South Africa. The government enforces something called “load shedding”, i.e. electricity supply is cut off in certain parts of the country at certain times. We’ve experienced a 2-hour spell so far and we’ve only just started our holiday. It’s also illegal to wash cars / water plants / use a ...
Finally, I can get out into the action of Cape Town. Today I've planned to go see the African penguin colony at Boulders Beach! I've heard really good reviews from people who who have been here and it seems like something fun to do for a school group. It’s about a 30 minute drive from the hotel I’m staying at so it’s not too long to travel. When I got there all I could see was cute little penguins!
... at 8:13am. Zara was leaving on Sunday for her G Adventures tour and Bella was heading home so we wanted one last night out as a send off. Carla, Zara and I spent the day on the Hop on hop off blue line and drove around table mountain to several different places that are a bit harder to get to, like Hout Bay. We stopped at the V&A waterfront and had lunch in a pub on the water. It started raining as we got there and once we had ordered a live band came on stage and ...
... to Camp's Bay (Cape Town's most beautiful beach) for a sunset dinner, despite the fact that Friday dinners are included! It did not disappoint; the sunset was stunning, and the food was incredible. We had bread, steak and chips, wine and vegetables for £15 a head. Mindblowing!
The weekend proved equally exciting, as at 7am on Saturday morning, in the middle of a full blown thunderstorm, the Hotspots2C bus arrived to pick us up for our ...
... pretty much beats you to death. He told us a story that happened recently where a man robbed a family, and when he was found he was badly beaten, had a tire hung from his neck, was doused in petroleum and set on fire. He burned to ashes before the police showed up, and even at that point there is nobody to arrest because it really is a community action. Our guide said that the only way to not be killed is to either pretend you are dead, or if you are lucky the police will get there ...