Cape Town Up Close

Randall, Carol
June 2005
PN;Jun2005, Vol. 59 Issue 6, p36
Trade Publication
This article presents description about the author's stay in Cape Town during his and his physically disabled companions' tour to South Africa. Pam Taylor of the travel company, Flamingo Tours, was the organizer for this trip who is engaged in planning for travelers with disabilities coming to the Cape. Most of the tourists stay at the Victoria and Albert Waterfront. With describing day-to-day activities and amusements, the author appreciates the works and services being offered by Taylor and his company, specially for disabled veterans. He also describes the suitable and anthropometrically designed features of the truck used for transportation on this safari. According to the author, among the must-sees in the area is Table Mountain, which overlooks Cape Town.


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