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DAY 23: 12 September After breakfast Hendrik phones other friends of ours now living in Riversdale. I have not seen them in about 10 years.
From Pringle Bay we drive along the coast to Betty's Bay where we find a few Penguins in the dunes. It is a lovely bay, but more houses than I expected. From there we went ...
Today was our final day working with the people of Manenberg. It was sort of a mixed bag of
emotions. I so am happy to be coming home soon, but I will also miss the ladies of the home health care in Manenberg. I cannot say enough about these people. While they are not exactly medical professionals, what they bring to their community is invaluable. They are a source of hope and light in an otherwise dark and hopeless place. What ...
... of my life. The One Dream Foundation paid a visit to our community center and participated in a South Africa vs. Team USA basketball game. The One Dream foundation takes high school students on community service projects across the globe, but with a focus in South Africa. The program director, Tim Mott, and a group of 26 students from Santa Barbara came into Gugulethu with a huge donation of basketballs and other equipment. What was so incredible about this experience was ...
... late 80s) and when Mandela was in there (late 60s). Then we walked around the prison and saw the cells, including Mandela's cell. It's kind of one of those experiences where you can't say 'oh I enjoyed that' because it doesn't seem the appropriate reaction but it was very interesting and definitely something that should be done if you are coming to Cape Town.
After Robben island dropped us back at the ...
... and whale information signs so I knew they were out there.
About half-way between Gordon's Bay and Kleinmond we pulled into a small picturesque community called Pringle Bay, or Pringlebaai in Afrikaans. This peaceful ocean front holiday community about 85 kms from Cape Town is home to about 1600 people, according to Google. Residents share their space with troops of baboons that jot in and ...