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... By the end I felt like I knew Christian Barnard personally and like I had actually watched this historic event take place. This place would be perfect for a group of school kids in that it’s interactive and
not boring and dull. After the tour I caught the shuttle bus back to my hotel, I made myself some dinner before getting a good nights sleep ready for tomorrows activities. ...
... that Cape Town has turned on.
Near Paarl we visited the impressive Mandela statue outside the Drakenstein correctional facility where he spent the last 14 months of his prison life, and insisted on walking out alone when he was finally released in Feb 1990.
Next we stopped at Franschhoek, a very trendy little wine village, where we walked the street up and down, past shops, churches, cafes, and soaked up ...
... wine (and why wouldn't you) which was duly consumed.
Unfortunately for the group, lunch had taken its toll both on the 12 of us and on our schedule, with our last 5 tastings completed within about 15 minutes before rushing to our last vineyard for the day (or so we thought). Fortunately Hidden valley was still open when we arrived and we were duly ushered to our outdoor table.
Now at this point I should mention that it was a good thing ...
... living and by now our friends are sick of us going, “Oh
ja, this one time when we were in Poland…” – we have ceased being a novelty. We’ve
had to learn to separate our money pots and get used to driving cars again on
the LEFT side of the road. Claudia still wants to hug the cashier ladies who
ask her about her day and have actual conversations while scanning groceries, and
Raphaela almost cried when her ...
... hoping they will use them and keep a record. There was one patient yesterday who's BP was 240/160.... almost double what the normal, healthy BP is!!
Yesterday we also went to the Iziko Museum, which is a history museum about slavery in Africa. Well, it started out about slavery but that was only a small part of it. Most of the museum was just a general history museum, starting from when Nelson Mandela was imprisoned.