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... Eu adoraria estar naquele frio do sul com ela, minha mãe, meu irmão mais velho...meus queridos que saudade. Sabe de uma coisa, minha mae tem 51 anos e nunca na vida pegou um avião sozinha pra viajar ou curtir a vida. E ela fez isso. Pra minha surpresa, ela pegou um voo sozinha e foi curtir a família e a friaca do Sul do Brasil. Estou vibrando por ela.
Enquanto isso, aqui na Africa, hoje é dia de deixar Cape Town e curtir toda a costa da Africa do Sul, com Bazbus, ...
... and city planners. In many ways, although on a much smaller scale, it reminded me of the travelling community sites that I have visited in Essex and the East End of London during my NHS career.
Tobeka, our guide, told us Imizamo Yethu was established in the early 1990’s as an area where mainly black people were allowed by the authorities to build homes known as ‘shacks’ or temporary ...
... in history. We've also had several long walks along the ocean on the ocean walk, went through the Urban Park a couple of times. Another beautiful park, but only 4 years old instead of 450. It was put in next to the World Cup Stadium in 2009 when the World Cup Soccer was held here. Cape Town is one city I would definitely be willing to live in. We pick our car up in the morning and head up the coast. Beaches, vineyards, adventures! We can't wait! Talk to you soon. ...
... the bathroom to freshen up. Taylor, Alaina, and I were hungry so we went to McDonalds to reconnect with our American roots. They stopped serving breakfast so we had to come up with a plan B. We ended up getting a grilled panini, instead of our planned McDonald's. We scurried back to meet our group but not before heading to a gift shop! I was still eating and drinking while everyone was ready to go through security. I forgot I couldn't take my drink on ...
... Town we wanted to climb the table mountain but unfortunately it was foggy so we couldn't do it. So instead we went shopping and then drove on a private tour around the coast (Moffa and Zeti really know their way around Cape Town)! We also went to some vineyards, which was also really really nice. Today we woke up ready the climb the table mountain again, but it was foggy!! So we could not do it.. So we went to a gym instead. And it's the ...
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