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On Sunday we went for a road trip again. This time we did
the peninsula tour.
First, we went to Hout Bay harbor to see the seals. I
already went there last Sunday but this time we did a boat cruise to see the
fur seals’ island. This is a small island where there is only seals and birds
on it. It is so cool! There were hundreds of seals everywhere just swimming or
laying in the sun. But there is one negative point: the smell. ...
... a big day with waking up so early and doing so much that I didn't sleep well Tuesday night so was absolutely goneeee Wednesday morning. It was such a struggle. But I told myself I'm never gonna miss program for a lame excuse like that so I still made it to childcare. After program today (I'm not going to talk much about childcare this week - the kids have been absolute devils) , Di Alison Steph and I took the train to Cape Town to ...
... me acostumar a dizer tchau, conhecer pessoas especiais, dar tchau novamente e estar pronta pra novos encontros. As vezes penso que seria melhor nao me envolver tanto com as pessoas pelo meu caminho. Mas é impossivel, eu sou "a Sarita", completamente passional, entregue de corpo e alma a encontros e pessoas especiais. Sentirei, já estou sentindo saudades de todos. Espero ve-los em breve meus amigos Nomad Friends ❤️❤️❤ ...
... that was first originated by slaves employed by the Dutch, who built the city. Did you know that apparently the Chinese discovered South Africa or Cape Town first before the Portuguese? But there's no documentation on the former discovery so the credits went to Dias. There is a large gay district there with a ton of home decorative stores (lol), so if you want to buy some fancy couch cushions or wallpaper you must go there. We also saw a bright blue Mosque. After ...
... from Jordan. When asked why he was a Drama major, when there was such political turmoil and social issues in his country, he said “I wanted to do something that I knew would make a difference”. Although I wasn’t there, his words ring in my ears daily.
Tomorrow, winelands tour! We have a well-deserved break from the craziness that has been work. More to report then, I’m sure ;)