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What a week, I am pretty excited to go home and see all of my family and friends but I really like it here in Cape Town. I am pretty devastated to leave this amazing place, as there is so much more to do but I was really happy with what I did. I really didn't do much today when I woke up, firstly I made sure I had all of my stuff packed ready to go to the airport. When I had all of my stuff packed I wanted to relax so went down by the pool and just sat by and ...
... and surrounding areas from the top of Table Mountain.Table Mountain is a hiker’s paradise, with several routes to suit both experienced and novice walkers. Guided tours are available at 10am and noon every day.
Stay for a meal – you won't find one with a better view. There is ...
We were picked up from our hotel at 10.30 ready to fly at 1.30 to Dubai. Guess what there is fog in Dubai so already delayed three hours so could possibly miss our connecting flight back to London. Bad times. Not much to do as airport quite small but at least we have each other!!! After a long flight we have finally arrived in Dubai!! With yes guess what another delay!! Flight not leaving until 5.00am. Not looking forward to the drive ...
... something which I will hold with me when I return to the states. My co-worker asked me the other day, "what have you learned here that you will hold close to you when you return?" I replied without thought, explaining that I have a different perspective and a new outlook on not only my life, but communities I am apart of as well. I do not know how that will manifest itself upon my return, but I am excited to find out in due time as it will ...
... sang some hymns and the national anthem. Another official goal for myself is to learn the South African National Anthem while I am here. This is a bigger feat than one might imagine because it has 5 of South Africa’s 11 official languages in it! English, !Xhosa, Zulu, Afrikaans, and Sesotho:
Nkosi sikelel' iAfrika
Maluphakanyisw' uphondo lwayo,
Yizwa imithandazo yethu,
Nkosi sikelela, thina lusapho ...