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... are there. Magic. It appears they also watch your car for you to ensure it does not get broken into. Believe that or not when you come back to the car they are there again waiting for a tip. There is no obligation to tip them we were told but the poor buggers stand in the wind the cold and the rain until the last car is gone. Worth a tip I think. They are also very grateful for your recognition seemingly no matter how small the remuneration.
... of hours walking through it, but after a while I started developing a headache. So much hatred, I can’t believe the things we as a race of people do to one another. Having said that, it’s great to see South Africa as it is today. It’s not without its faults, but it’s much more inclusive than it used to be.
There was a bakery just around the corner that quite funky with a story about a young boy meeting a buxom woman and deciding to start ...
... South America also has it's drawbacks. It has a corrupt government and discriminating laws. For example, ALL jobs (even non-government jobs) are to be first considered for a black person regardless of qualifications. If there is not a black person applying for this job then a white male would be next considered, then a black female and lastly a white female. Our South African friend also informed us ...
... 10 garbage bags FULL of trash in 30 minutes time with the help of the kids. What a DIFFERENCE!!
The take away for these students today is that littering is NOT COOL and that teaching your friends and family to be smart and put trash where it belongs. I sure hope they each can help to make this change after our lesson today.
"ONE person can make a difference, and everyone should try" - John Fitzgerald Kennedy
... br> When I got back to the ship on the 2nd day I was up on the top deck reading when I met Pops Mohamed and his band mates, Femi and Shaggy. They were just on board for a few days to perform for us sharing more beautiful music, especially a traditional instrument and the first known harp called the kora. Pops showed us how the Sand people of Namibia turned their bows into musical instruments to calm the bees so they ...