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... home from school they start playing. We walked around and saw most of the community. I think my favourite part was visiting the kindergarten and seeing all the kids. The children there are so kind and nice. As soon as we went into the school yard we were bombarded. Ha they started hugging me until I fell on the ground. Then three girls sat on my lap and another two started playing with my hair. You see the townships ...
Today we went over to Robben Island, where many of the the political prisoners of Apartheid were held. It had been a prison and a leper colony going back a few centuries before that. It is about 5 miles off the coast and has stunning scenery. It is hard to fathom being kept here for 18 years (as Mandela was, ...
... very cute tree lined streets with cute little shops and eateries, I may be inclined to move here one day! We heard how you could catch the train out and hire mountain bikes to get about the wineries, sounded like fun. Our imagery of a vintage old stream puffing out of town in our first class silver service private cabins was quickly squashed when we met what First Class in South Africa means, ****. Most of the vinyl seats had been cut out but if you are lucky you could sit on ...
Arrived in Cape Town 7 September. Cape town day1 On the way to Lady Hamilton hotel you pass a settlement with rows of tin houses filled the thousands of people. I arrived tat the hotel early and my room was not ready. I decided to make my way up to table mountain as the sun was out. The taxi man was nice. Arrived at the top by cable car, you can walk if you want. Some of the ...
... Tom, a 56 year old who had been hit by a car... twice. The first time he was hit, he broke his left arm and leg. He had a metal plate put in his leg and pins in his arm. Then he got hit again. When he got hit the second time, it actually broke the metal plate out of his leg, so they replaced it with a rod. He walked with a cane, and was in obvious pain in his bad leg, partially because of the weather (a bit rainy today). He was very upbeat and happy though. He ...
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