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... br> another stop. We ran through The Chemist and bought some before we
headed home. Our driver didn't arrive until 8:40 so we had more time
than we anticipated.
We spent our day educating the seventh
graders in Manenberg Primary School on hand hygiene and environmental
awareness. The Women and Gender studies group from GVSU had given us
some school supplies to pass out to class rooms. They had an ...
... the history of this part of Cape Town where in the 60's all the black people were forced to move out of their homes, the streets were bulldozed to the ground and rebuilt to change the areas image, crazy. The new homes for these people were ill equipped to cope with the thousands of people, and miles from anywhere, no-one could make a living or look after their family properly. Only in recent years were relatives of those who used to live there able to take back a portion of the ...
... and bring the card in the bookshop so we went for breakfast at knead while we waited. Scrambled egg again....yum. So went back to the shop and no joy. Then they did come but said they couldn't get card from in there as it wasn't a normal jam so someone coming tomorrow!!! Poor Laura. Then her other card wouldn't get money out so I got her some money out and she will just pay me back...Bless her. Finally we could head to the bus stop for our tour...by ...
... Vinci. Suprised Katie did well with it though, you're not much of an artist are you sis? Let's be honest here.
So on Sunday it was a month since I arrived in Muizenberg. (Insert huge cliché here about how time flies but it really does!) A month, a twelfth of a year since I left Uganda! Six weeks since I left Cumbria. Dramatic times!
It has been about two weeks since my last blog I think so alot has happened but I will keep it to the ...
We flew Malaysian Airlines because after 8 hours it touches down in Capetown on its way to Kuala Lumpur. God help the people staying on or let's hope that the new cabin staff were a bit nicer.Maybe it was me but I got the impression that after serving the food at break neck speed, they wanted to hide away until it was time to serve us our breakfast. I did miss the smiles and courtesy of the females in Green & ...