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... would have wrestled with the pros and cons of living here. The majestic scenery and sensory delight of dwelling here would have presented a strong contest to the evident challenges. Yellow, pink, purple and white wildflowers littered the green groundcover, like so much human litter. Rubbish was everywhere. The townships, or shanties, were grim and depressing. Some had power and water. While all societies have a variation between haves and have nots, the palpable schism, ...
... setters top their outfits by amazing hair styles that range from tightly braided very short curls to long flowing jet black locks colored to blue, pink, green and the ever popular purple! Shops range from rickety stalls or no stall with just goods on the ground to more elaborate shed like supermarkets with names like "Boxer" who KO prices, according to their signs. My favorite so far is "Eat Sum Meat" the butcher shop that I first thought had a ...
... the townships all day and we had to do lots of different things. We had to visit several day care institutions for little kids and we did some house visits. The little kids are adorable. Even in the middle of the poor lifestyle these kids greet you with open arms. They all want to shake hands and give you hugs. It's great how much love you receive from those little creatures. It is amazing to see the difference in livestyle if you just take a 5 minit drive from ...
... and the Somalian refugees.
It was quite a cultural experience for each of us and, again, proved how diverse South Africa was. It's amazing how you can be in such a white suburb with big homes and beautiful gardens ("gardens"= "yards") and then a 5-minute drive later you are in this area with such diversity and seeing boxes that some of the most poor sleep in each night.
Lots of eye-opening experiences.
On February 4th, we were in Mossel Bay where we went on a tour to Botlierskop Game Reserve. It was a beautiful day for bumping around in a 4x4 looking at the animals. We saw lions, zebras, giraffes, wildebeest, white rhinos, water buffalo, water bucks and impala. And Hugh got to feed an elephant at the end of the tour. Yesterday we took a township tour in ...