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... rougher areas. Also, the church reach out into the local communities and help with building projects and such-like so we’ll be getting involved in that. This week there is a talent show so Tim’s on the lookout for some SA talent to record. Maybe get some rapping on my next number who knows. We’re also planning a trip out to Hermanus where you can see the whales which we are trying our bestest to find. But aye, it’s all fun down in the sun!
... previous, apartheid regime had paid the greater part of the coloureds' salaries in the form of wine and booze. Shocking. In this way, they kept the coloureds substance-dependent and undereducated and powerless.
In Knysna, nowadays, I came across many happy and humble and beautiful coloured people - like Kashfy. A young man named Sirnitheo, and a girl named Le-Andri, bought my stories. Faith wouldn't buy ...
... the only ones in the place. It looked like a fairly new building from the outside, but the inside looked to be almost 100 years old. The furnishings reminded me of my great-grandparents’ home in Leon County, Texas when I was very young. Most of the walls were papered with old newspapers from the first half of 1916. They might have been put up just for decoration, but they looked like they had been there for a long, long, time. The walls were covered with shelves and ...
... and over the Langeberg mountains, stunning views of course. Half the 150km loop done we thought we'd earned a little wine tasting (Karina not me, I drove) and pulled in to a winery fro free sippage (vinyards is way too european a word!) and purchased a rather lovely award winning 2005 cabernet sauvingon for 4GBP. Since we were on a roll it would have been rude not to stop at the dairy for cheese tasting too, yum, and watch the locals arrive ...