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... special things and a coffee shop is just a coffee shop unless you do something which shows your personality. The 'Blue crane and the butterfly' is one of those coffeeshops. It is a happy place with friendly staff and the best coffee in town.
They call a cappuccino in Stellenbosch a flat white, which confused me initially but on recommendation of the waiter at this delightful coffee shop I ordered one and received the most delicious cappuccino which I enjoyed ...
Saturday 22nd. Cape Town. The chalet at Karoo always had something new for us. As soon as Robbie opened the curtains this morning, there was a zebra outside. We left the park shortly after breakfast, and on the road to the main gate we saw two giant tortoises, hartebeest, more zebras, and best of all, not far from the gate and the N1 motorway, there was a secretary bird very close to the road, near enough to see its spiky hairdo. The motorway took us all the way ...
... everyone else where our very enthusiastic guide started to show us around. We saw some of the house that are still lived in, some graveyards, some left over weapons from the war and made our way to a pit stop with a gorgeous view of Cape Town across the water. Back in the bus we visited the solitary confinement house one man was given for starting a movement by burning his passbook. Then we drove past the lime quarry where the political prisoners were forced to work. When we ...
... When we talked about what the home care workers actually do, it was still more disappointment. It sounded like what we would be doing was CNA work, and sometimes even just basic respite care for the people who take care of the patients. This was frustrating to me because going into this, I had the expectation that we would be following and assisting licensed practitioners. That was my expectation when I paid for the ...
... due to a lot of work planning for our regional conference this week. I was only able to escape the claws of UNHCR by convinving my boss I would complete the work on my flight, which of course I did!
I arrived in Cape Town on Friday the 25th January at around 6pm and proceeded to the car hire office to pick up my rental car. I decided to go with a smaller company as they were cheaper, this also meant they had a smaller fleet. Upon arrival I was informed that ...
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