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... crawl and I danced salsa and jive with Christoph (who had done ten years of latin, of course!) in a random rubbish Irish pub. A cool last night to end a great tour. It was quite sad saying goodbye to Elisha as he has been the best! Despite Wyckliffe's lack of organisation throughout the tour he was a brilliant CEO and we all had a lot of fun
* I did end up going onto this How To Get Into Heaven website and it turned out to be some woman Bella Cruz ...
... because it can get pretty full. Unfortunately, we hadn't realised it was today. That was about 40 mins before the trip. We nearly made it thanks to Jerry's heroic driving and despite my rubbish navigating ( although under pressure I did quite well). We even stopped to ask some traffic cops the way, and I pointed out they had left their radio on the roof of their car! I think that should have been worth an escort! Missed it and re booked ...
... for life!
I still love Cape Town just as much as I did in my first post. The work is still amazing and seems to be growing weekly (as does everyone else’s) but I feel a lot more settled in with what I have to do now, etc. It’s frustrating as I would love to go into detail about what exactly I have been working on but obviously I can’t. I have been to Court quite a few times which an amazing experience is as I can compare it to ...
Okay so we got here and it's fantastic! From my hotel room/ cabana I can walk out to the beach and I can see the ocean and the mountains! Right now it is 7:02 pm. I had fresh sushi and the food here is lovely. I am a little stressed about everything still but it is good. Tomorrow we are going to a market to go shopping with one of dad's friends. ...
... his good sight here. You could see the damage that the sun bouncing off of the limestone walls would cause. When he came out of prison it had got so bad that he couldn't have flash photography on him.
We saw a cave in the wall of the quarry which had been named the 'University of Robben Island'. One thing I didn't know was that with all of the political leaders around they used it to their advantage to educate each other and to teach those who couldn't ...