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... the top. It's all upwards so the only parts that feel as though they're a rest for your legs and butt is when it's only on a slight incline.
It was a tough hike because it was all climb but the views over the sea and mountains were beautiful and it kept me going for sure, and according to the fitness fanatics I hike a lot stronger than I do cycle! No moaning....! I also kept telling myself compared the the 4 day Inca Trail hike this was nothing and I should get on with ...
... on to college unless they do well enough to get a scholarship. There are creches for 1-7 year olds. There are also shanty churches, a new medical centre and a police station. We also saw retail and industry evolving; a hairdresser, a general store, a pub, a clothing store, a carpenter, a shoe mender and even a driving school (some people do have cars).
It is the eyes of the children that say it all…….
... and, off in the distance, the Cape of Good Hope.
It was 99 degrees F and a stop at the Lagoon Beach was soooooooooo refreshing as Heather (as well as a number of others) waded into the Atlantic Surf and collected sea shells. The next day we were driven out to the Cape of Good Hope and Cape Point but it was shrouded with fog and somewhat of a disappointment. However, visits to the penguin colony and then the famous ...
... by Lungisa and a good one at that. We dined on our last meal in Cape Town with a beautiful view and we were back to the house to pack up and prepare for the long flights. It’s just before the flights and I don’t think it has hit us yet. I hope to someday come back because this is truly one of the most beautiful places on earth. The next few days will be a reflection, and will make for a great final ...
... jet lag made it easy as I
was up around 4 am. But that may also have been from nerves. I felt like I was
in grade 8 on the first day of September. New school, new clothes, new friends,
even a new lunch box (mind you I haven’t had a lunch box in about 9 years). So
there I was up and ready to go 630 on the dot. I had about 2 hours to plan my
outfit so I felt pretty confident that I looked the part but I certainly didn't feel the part. ...