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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... it. This morning when G picked us up, S mentioned this to him - as she spoke, G started to laugh and said, "You guys are too good." - needless to say, this was the surprise G had up his sleeve for us! By now the lovely George knew what interested us - history and Mandela were definitely high on the list, and at appropriate moments, he'd play excerpts from some of Mandela's speeches - that truly added to the 'atmosphere'!
And this was our next stop! As we drove, ...
... is a very big garden with lots of interesting features - an aviary, statues, water features, rose garden, etc. It was a shady place to walk in in the afternoon.
Not far from the Company's Gardens, right in Cape Town's Business district, we found the Green Market Square. It has quite the reputation. In the past, it was a slave market, a fruit and vegetable market and even a parking lot. Now it is a great place for shopping for clothing, glassware, fabrics, ...
... is nothing short of gorgeous learned a lot about apartheid today on the bus, a lot of people suffered for a long time.those living in the townships are stillsuffering,communitjes shacks crammed together, no roads, limited water and electriclty..all right next door to middle clsss and luxury homes tomorrow we will try the cable car and then go to Robin Island where Mandela spent 19 ...
... a safe travels home we headed to Long street, the place to be for the nightlife, for a couple of drinks to send them on their way.
What a journey we have all had together, travelling with Jen and Monty for the past month has been a pleasure. South Africa is an amazing country made more memorable by travelling with these guys. We hope you get home, back to the UK safely. However, it is not the end for us, we are only half way through our Cape Town adventure...Part 2 to ...
... so much fun! Our professor was kind enough to teach us how to properly enjoy a glass of wine ... swirl, legs, breathing, placement... sounds like learning how to tango but it did make a difference! I ate most of the olives - they were so good! The desert wine was my favorite along with the Reserve. I brought one bottle of the dessert wine to bring home and shared it with my family as soon as it was chilled.
Dinner was ...