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... on the volume switch and SNAP! Dangerous Dave attacks! No one can stop him as he tears out the speakers and smashes the phone which dared to play music on a bus where everyone wants to listen to music. As everyone reels from the oldest person on the bus completely losing it, we can't wait to hear the excuse for why Enrique Inglesias can turn a normally mild mannered man into something which is a cross between Cerberus and Hitler. Apparently David has seen things in his life ...
... I got a swim. We finished off the afternoon with high tea at the Mount Nelson it was very civilised, I just ate far too much as you could help yourself to a selection of about 50 different pastry's fatal! The following day woke up to a beautiful sunny day so decided this was the day to venture up table mountain. Me being Mrs mountain goat woman made the decision to take the steep more direct path up. The ...
... They decorate the whole thing, bring in vendors, delicious food, and livebands. It is absolutely beautiful, and hipster-tastic. The next day we were passed off to another CS host, Ofer (and his two mini greyhound dogs: Romeo and Fabio). He lives in Table View, on the opposite side of Cape Town. Our first night we all went out to dinner by the waterfront before watching the European soccer championship on TV. Ofer is part of a hiking group, so we joined the crew ...
... There are tons of people there and they were of course looking at our group since 3 out of 5 of us are white.
The station was also a bridge between Manenberg and Gugulethu. Cyril said that when you go to the other side into that town, it is like a whole other world; completely different.
We talked to one of the vendors; a women sitting on the landing of the steps outside in the boiling heat of the day. She had dozens of shirts and pants and ...
Very emotional day today..
We said farewell to the care workers whom we have worked so closely with the past couple weeks and have grown to love. We got there and Corey wanted to make a quick stop at one of his old patients houses to put a lock on her door because she didn't have one. While we were waiting for them, we hung out in the SHAWCO bus and were entertained by some little boys dancing. Then we headed back to the peoples centere where Marion and Christine ...