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... polite and avoid her. The first thing I noticed was her Canadian sweatshirt prominently displayed on her bed when she wasn't around. After getting to know her a bit, I got the feeling she didn't want anyone to confuse her as being American. I had heard of Canadians outwardly expressing their nationality years ago for that reason, but I thought that was 'years ago'. She was there to do volunteer work, which I admired, then to take a vacation thereafter. She was fresh out ...
... and a two month holiday they have four terms over the course of the year with 2 week term breaks between each one. I am coming in almost at the beginning of their second fall semester. This will mean (among other things) that the students and the teacher will be at a different stage of getting to know each other. Sweet Valley in particular is a government school, but it also has additional funding from the ...
... into the water with us. The water was pretty chilly, until you started moving around, then it wasn't bad. I love swimming around in the ocean, regardless of the temperature, since I hardly ever get to play in an ocean. We bobbed around in the waves for a while, then eventually had to go.
Monday night we had our last family dinner at the restaurant Moyo in Kirstenbosch Gardens. We all dressed up beautifully for the occasion. At Moyo they painted cool ...
... had previously experienced.
As I mentioned, we had three days scheduled in Cape Town, before a short getaway to Hermanus, after which we would be returning to Cape Town for a week. Most of the attractions we wanted to see in Cape Town require decent weather... so with mostly rainy days ahead, we decided to make the best of it and shop, shop, shop! The other attractions would have to wait for our return to Cape Town. We spent most of our time at the Victoria & Alfred ...
... to raise a child."
We visited a lady who was sorting dried roots and barks for medicine. A contented toddler slept deeply on another bed. There was only just enough room to walk around the three beds. Everyone else was out at work. I can’t imagine what it must be like when they are all home. The children are send to sleep on the floor in the communal area. There’s no privacy. “That’s why the street with the trees is ...
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