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... not that good an explanation as I still don't fully understand the whole process haha. We also had our first wine tasting here and tried a few different wines plus the South African version of champagne which was lovely. The second tasting we were spoiled and could try cheese and wine in the same place. It was all lovely. The Stilton like cheese with cranberries was a favourite all round. Then we stopped in a cute ...
... transmission vehicles on the road so we had to drive a stick shift. It was the first time Matt has driven a stick shift in probably 10 years so the first day was a little rough. :) They also gave us this tiny Chevy that isn't even sold in the US; Matt's head grazed the ceiling of the car whenever we were in it. I honestly didn't know if the car was going to survive 8 days of our jerky driving up and down all the hills ...
... Market where there were many things to buy as souvenirs. The fun (rather nerve racking) part was that we could barter the prices. It was quite the experience! We ended up having a great authentic South African meal for dinner. It was really good! The rest of the night was spent reading for class and hanging out at the hostel. I'll put the blog up for today later night if I have time. ...
... community still faces today (2006). In this way, many in the colored community are still feeling the effects of Apartheid policies.
Petrus describes how societal narratives of colored identity are still cast in negative terms, and that these stereotypes have worsened in recent South Africa media (Petrus, 87). In this way, a certain narrative of group identity is being ‘told’ through the media. He describes ...
... the tables were perched in trees with falls and streams running through the place. They even had shops and stalls. We realized that we missed out on many of the things the restaurant had to offer!
But we still got to explore the "soul" of Africa. What an experience!
5- At the end of the day, the boys were spent; so were their parents. We hit the bedsheets at 10:30 PM. Not a word from anyone was heard.
We had a good day!