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... It went three stories below the winery. In the vault holds every vintage of each wine since the beginning of time at the winery. Amazing. She told us that the administration and owner will test each year periodically to see how it is holding up. I would love that job!!!
I also included some gorgeous pictures of their vineyard. It was so beautiful and peaceful there.
Its weird to realize that the semester abroad I've been looking forward to for years has come to its end. This next week will be a week of lasts which is unfortunate because I don't want to leave. But I figured this would be a good time to write my final blog entry in South Africa and use it as a reflection of my four months here.
Overall AIFS provided the thirteen of us (fourteen in the beginning) with ...
... the bus to head to the Boulders Beach African Penguin Colony! Ahhhh! I don't want to spend too much time talking about how adorable and fascinating the penguins were (I could go on for days), so I'll just attach a few pictures. After leaving the penguins, we went to the beautiful St. George's Cathedral, where we met Chris Ahrends, lecturer and internship coordinator for Honors Carolina's Semester in Cape Town, who spoke to us a little bit about ...
After that all of us were pretty exhausted so we took a short nap in the car and then we stopped at the beach! Finally!!! All of us have been pretty anxious to get our toes in the sand and feel the ocean and after two weeks we were finally able to! We weren't there for long but long enough to run into the water, and run back out because it was freezing cold and snap some pictures and just enjoy being on the beach! The sun was setting ...
... it is so exceptional. While we were next to the prep school, there were two walls with a space in between each and barbed wire on top. My initial thought was so no one could just roam the area, but behind the walls in the grassy fields was actually an area where cultural rituals, such as becoming a man, - circumcision - were performed. Mike explained that at the age of 21 he decided to enter manhood. It is a 4 - 6 week process where on the first day the ...