De Oude Caab Country House
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... are incredibly receptive to me. They are all so nice and welcoming, which will make my stay here quite enjoyable. I told Ryan that I think that this experience will be better than one in the United States. Of course I don’t know that for sure, but here I am treated as a colleague instead of a student. My ideas are not only supported, but encouraged. There is a hierarchy here, but it isn’t one that consists of positions that look down upon others in a ...
... one. So for now, It's not working.
Two of my roomates couldn't go to work today, because they're working in a township and this area isn't always safe and today their manager was sick and couldn't come to pick them up. So it was a day off for them.
I'm really excited about starting my new job tomorrow, as a journalist and can't wait to learn all about the creation of a journal.
Lots of love,
... a house and finally owned something of their own. Or when Pattis brother got back from being away for 2 years and suprised her at school and she balled her eyes out with happiness. Or when stephs mum stopped smoking . It was so amazing listening to , now some of my closest friends, tell us their happiest moment. For me I couldn't think of one moment that stood out from the amazing life I've had so far but I'm still young and I'm sure that moment will come. Was really ...
... rope and have a hard time waiting for instruction or to start pulling at the right time. Interval (recess) is the craziest time because all classes come out onto the field (which is just a dirt field) to play during their break. Charu has started a game of rugby with all the grades which is boys vs girls and consists of a lot of running and being tackled by groups of small children as they fight and claw to get possession of the ball. Tons of fun :) Banana Song (with ...
... big mountain. But we got there... Quite a beautiful view from the top, over looking the many different parts of Cape Town. But after being there for about 10 minutes, the cloud cover started coming over the mountain. The cloud moved at quite a pace as the wind blew it into the mountain, it had no where to go but over the top. It was fascinating to view. So a bit of a rest and a cheeky, cold, deserving beer at the top and then we looked to catch the cable car back down but at ...
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