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... t know anything
else. They were raised like that. Can we blame or even judge them? No we can’t.
It’s why it is so great I could managed to see this country that way. When you
work and live here you see the “real” face of the country. And it not always
I met this guy at work named Ashwin. He grew up in a
township and now his working with the association. He’s really great and found
his way out ...
... back to put his backpack back at home and then gotten lost on the way back so Xav went to find him. We eventually got a taxi and got to brass bell - pretty disappointed because the train rides are usually the funniest times. But we got there and found everyone and everyone had fun! we finally got our named called up for karaoke and xav, patti Hailey and I got up to sing baby one more time by Britney Spears. The best thing about brass bell Wednesdays is because it's karaoke ...
... clear water and large round boulders to climb on. We explored and found penguins hiding in rocks, waddling along the beach and swimming and all so close to us. We relaxed on the beach while the kids had a swim and Moses slept peacefully in the shade, it was absolute bliss. On our way back to Franschhoek we stopped in at Spier Winery, the boys did wine tasting while Crissie and I lounged in the sun with a glass of wine and chocolate. We wandered the main street ...
... to the surf shop to use the internet and have a coffee because Widi hasn't opened the surf shop yet -10am uncomfortably squeeze into your cold, still wet wetsuit in the surf shop and grab a board before walking across the street to the beach -10:15am do stretches and a quick warm up jog on the beach for heading into the water for 2 hours of surfing -12noon get out of the water freezing cold but happy and rinse off yourself and your board before walking back up to the surf shop ...
... Kudu, Impala, and Springbok.
Our apartment was located in an awesome part of the city called "Cape Quarter". It's an area that's very popular with young people and we were able to walk to shopping, restaurants, grocery store etc. They even have free yoga one night a week at the Cape Quarter shopping center!
Cape Town has an amazing shoreline which we were eager to check out. We drove to Clifton Beach ...
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