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... amount of space and resources those people have. Even though the first impression was one of pity and sorrow. The acts and the ambitions those townships have as a community is something I truly admire.
As mentioned in the last blog, I’m quite a football fanatic, and finally I had the chance to see Bafana Bafana, aka the national team of South Africa. And no other place than the legendary stadium where Giovanni van Bronckhorst ...
... the leper colony, the village where the guards once lived (and where current museum staff can live). We also saw the lime quarry that many prisoners (including Mandela) were forced to work 5-6 days a week for 9 hours a day. There is a beautifully quiet memorial in the middle of the quarry made up of small stones placed there by former prisoners during a prisoner reunion. The last stop was the maximum security prison. Our tour guide was a former prisoner. At 21, he ...
... a boat that came with cameras.... With very long lens. There were lots of local people out on the river too. We had sundowner drinks, and had one of the best times ever. The sunset was outstanding. When we returned, we had a dinner show. All of the workers put on a great show with drums being played and very talented dancing. We had been told on the boat that we were expected to do something too. I asked around to ...
... organised a taxi for us and we soon found ourselves boarding the cable car for the summit. This was rather unusual in that it revolved slowly as it climbed and so everyone had a chance to see the best of the views. It was a gorgeous day with not a cloud in the sky and the views from the top were wonderful. The breeze was quite chilly though. There was a network of paths criss-crossing the mountain and we spent a most enjoyable hour or so ...
... on one of the wine estates. That was very good, and my friend and I had a great discussion about apartheid and the way the company she's working for is trying to help the locals and how the locals don't want to be helped. It's very frustrating, trying to help someone who doesn't want to be helped.
After dinner came back to the apartment complex and my friend had forgotten her key fob that would open the car gate, so she just ...