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... We had seen exactly what we had come to see, a herd of elephants up close. The day was getting on and we still needed to get to PE so we decided to continue on out of the park. We were about 5km from the gate when we came over a rise to see a massive open plain and 2 separate herds of elephants one on our left and one on our right. The ones on the left were walking away from us and James suggested we follow the road and see if we could see the herd better ...
... of Africa at about 36 degrees South, that means all courses point North from now on :-( An Orangery salad for lunch and as it's fined up we headed up to deck 13 again to catch some rays, up to around 21C now so very pleasant. A further announcement from the bridge around 3pm said that a pod of whales were going to pass down our Port side. This is the only thing that gets the passengers moving faster than the start of first sitting at dinner, Maureen headed of with the hoards ...
... and we sat on our bags by the entrance, or exit for us, ready for our pick up.
And then it was as if an unhappy angel was cast upon us; a volunteer that had been there for a week came and talked to us whilst we were waiting. And the reason this angel was so unhappy; she said that there is just nothing for them to do. In what is called “cub quality time” a group of them went and watched a film the previous day because there was just too many ...
... in literally 3 hours we had this planned out.
After presenting the idea to her teacher and showing students some of the photos of my kids and where they come from, we had to explain to the Skyview 7th Graders that although my students come from very disadvantaged homes, they were still normal teenagers. They still wanted to talk about sports, talk about television shows, and talk about their favorite singers. The only ...
... and the family live in one room. The scary thing is, the townships are only about a ten minute drive out of this beautiful little city - not very far at all. The girls talked to me about how South Africa is called the "rainbow nation" but on the beautiful, colourful flag, if you scrape away the layers you see there is still so much to be fixed and segration is still very much here. They had some inspiring and insightful lecturers when they were here including ...