Hoopenburg Guest House
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... bites out of the grass while moving a rock around with its mouth. I am glad I do not have this dog inside my home.
Next we went to Anura, which means frog in Latin. Here we had a cellar tour with James and learned that they needed to purchase their oak barrels from France for over $600 because the oak trees planted here grew too fast and therefore were too porous for barrel making. The tasting included ...
... justice). Also, if I had taken a mainstream course I would have been introduced to more South Africans rather than just international students.
I mentioned that JBay was my new favorite place in the world but the place I am going to miss the most is Bohemia, a restaurant that was the background for many memories I have here. Looking through my pictures you can see that we have taken pictures in ...
... we were greeted by a goat that was in a castle. The landscaping looked like something out of romantic scene in Italy, or even South Africa. There was bread for sale before you walked in, but naturally we skipped that and went straight to the good stuff! The package we had was R25 (less than $3) and included six wine samples and cheese. We did get a seventh taste of wine to drink with the cheese, which was a very sweet white wine. It was an ...
... the men starting to creep around us were gang related and it wasn’t necassiarly a safe situation anymore.
Everything has been going great though! I really haven’t felt "unsafe" yet – nothing has been directed toward me but just seeing everything around me has been a great learning experience and extremely sad and humbling.
Each day we see 5 or so patients – so tomorrow we should also see some new great learning experiences! ...
... left the pizza with the front desk guys at the hotel. He said they seemed appreciative.
It was extremely windy when we went to bed. Gusts were constantly rattling the large windows in our room all night long.
That's about it for our day. Tomorrow we're renting a car and plan to explore the Cape of Good Hope. Wish Bill luck, because he'll be operating the vehicle, driving on the left side of the road! I'm supposed to navigate. Should be fun...