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... Seas frequently covered our decks as on we sailed for twelve days. Our crossing, from Tristan de Cuhna to Cape Town was a new record for Europa. Taking at least three days off previous similar voyages.
Fresh produce and stores were getting low and all on board welcomed the sight of the sun finally shining on the Cape of Good Hope.
For almost two months, our life ran by the rhythm of ...
... you could do both at the same time.... And they're very me and fun! But apparently childcare is More rewarding . There's just so many people doing child care that I hope I'm still needed and feel like I made the right choice! b Got home from the pub (took a taxi home don't worry... Bonded with him over stereotypical Aussie accents) .... And still no one was home except the old Aussie snoring in the other room. Was a bit scared to spend my first night alone in this ...
in front of us getting his dinner! After that we went for Mexican food and
cocktails. The food like almost everything else is very cheap here! I paid five
pound for all. For my first day it was quite a lot and I was more than
exhausted and fell asleep straight away! I can’t wait for my trip tomorrow to
the Cape of Good Hope and the beach full of penguins!
Today was my first day at the surf outreach program. We were picked up a bit later than schedules (9:30 vs 8:45am) due to some trouble with the traffic because of the extra police checks around Capricorn. We went to the surf shop which is actually only a quick 10 min walk from Albertyn. The shop is quite basic with a couch seating area in front, a counter for the volunteers to but their stuff behind and serve food on, racks of surf boards and a wet area in the ...
Day 38 We headed out to our projects in 2 cars, and a 16 person van. I taught at Luntu again today. I am already starting to learn their names, and even a bit of their language. South Africa has 11 official languages, but in this area Xhosa is the most common spoken language. (FYI, the X is a click). The language is very difficult as you have to click and talk at the same time, but the kids understand English, so it makes teaching a lot easier. In the classroom today ...