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10 Wheelchair Accessible Kids Attractions in Cape Town

"Mom, I'm bored!" Haven't we all heard this on a Saturday morning at some point in our parental careers and made a quick decision to load the kids into the car and take a trip through our city to find something interesting for our kids to enjoy. With a wheelchair-bound child, sometimes this takes a little more planning and consideration, but our Mother City doesn't disappoint with wheelchair-acces...
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Sidecar Adventures

We spent a wonderful morning doing a guided sidecar adventure from Sea Point to Eden on the Bay, stopping for hot chocolate and milkshakes before making our way back. Rod and I have been on a few bike adventures, but Damian hadn’t had his turn until this special occasion, taking a tour in a WW2 Vintage bike and sidecar. Highly recommended for anyone wanting a different experience of Cape Town.
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Railroad Adventures and Riding for a Cause

On Sunday 16th June, we joined Elton Davids for the last home stretch of his #domore ride from Knysna to Cape Town to create awareness for the Chaeli Campaign's goal of raising funds for the new early learning centre. We had enthusiastically agreed to join several weeks ago, but in the rush of everything to do with our new life situation, it was only last moment that I realised our transport di...
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City Sightseeing Bus and World of Birds

  Our Sightseeing adventure began yesterday, Saturday 24/03/2012 with a ½ hour Canal Cruise. This was a lovely way to explore the the waterfront and part of the city as far as the CTICC. The boat was easily accessible. After buying our tickets we were directed past the One & Only hotel to the water taxi. The wooden jetty was wide and stable and the two strong crew members easily lifted the whe...
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