We visited this remote place in July. The problem was that there was a big fire the evening before we arrived. A big shed burned down, including part of the kitchen. We could not eat at the hotel. But during breakfast we saw how impressive the people of Cape East tried to give us a good breakfast. Everything was improvised,... More
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