Ivory Heights Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... government doesn't fund it. We walked in and had a look around and the kids are so adorable ! We then went to the sunrise education centre which is most likely where I'll be placed. It is literally In the middle of one of the townships.... all the sheds and everything. It was so crazy because when we went into the centre the place was full of absolutely the most adorable kids in the world I can't even. LITERALLY CANT EVEN. The 3-4 year old class was in the main ...
... but way way better), choppies (pork chops) and boerewors (a big curly sausage) as well as my favourite biltong appetisers and lots of yummy salads. It definitely didn't disappoint! The next morning Elana and her friend took me to see Cape Agulhas, the southernmost point in Africa. It was a beautiful drive and we stopped off at lots of nice places on the way home like traditional farmstalls and the Houw Hoek Inn, the oldest hotel in South Africa. Another lovely weekend!
... slow to learn, but a lot of the time, they do not answer because they cannot see, hear or understand, but are too scared to say so. They then get punished for not giving the answer, but again do not dare speak up. My question is, how can efficient learning ever take place when the children are too scared to ask questions? Furthermore, most of the teaching is done through chanting rhymes and singing songs. However, this is ...
Last few days in Capetown before we head to Zambia for Victoria Falls! We spent a traditional tourist day walking around downtown looking at churches, Aparteid displays, museums and shops. You do not go to souvenir stores here, it's "curio shops". Can't say we bought anything - anything we liked was too big to ship home. There were a few things that looked suspiciously like they came from India. The museum had a wonderful rock art exhibit - some of it still quite amazing after a ...
... I drove through some of the poverty stricken areas which was quite astonishing actually. I got to the Cheetah Outreach and they were just about ready for me. The first thing they did was show me around and show me some of the other animals that they had there. They also have a dog breading program to raise heard protecting dogs to keep the farmers from setting traps which kill cheetahs. After that it was time for the encounters. The first ...