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... t much we could do besides pray with her, so we did. She did mention that she did not feel safe either because her door had no lock on it. Tomorrow morning I plan on going to a hardware store for a lock so I can install it. She really just needs something positive in her life right now, and I think it will help. After that emotional roller coaster we went to the house of Obrecia. She is 30 years old and on her death bed with AIDS. She lives with her aunt ...
... routines. They all knew what was expected of them and were very good about following instructions.
I had a chance to look at my teachers planning and assessment binders and was very impressed again with the level of effort that these teachers put in. The more time I spend at this school the more impressed I am. The morning began with 30 minutes of free play – Grade R is considered an introduction to school and they are not required to ...
... sign saying we were there.. On way back to Cape Town found a huge area of Zimbabwean carvings. These guys do beautiful work. Sadly not able to bring these home for my garden. Kalk Bay is a lovely quaint town with a harbour and was pleasant to walk up and down the street. Waterfront is pretty much like Darling Harbour in Sydney with the added bonus of African singing, dancing, drumming in different areas and ability to catch a boat to Robbin Island where Nelson Mandela was ...
... a bracelet. When a poor local is the seller, I'm not too big on haggling her down 60% on a $4.00 sale....just pay.
We got to the Cape and climbed to the lighthouse. Great views of the Atlantic on one side and the Indian Ocean on the other, with big rollers and surf. On the way back, along the east coast of the peninsula now, we stopped at Boulders, a beach alive with African penguins waddling about. ...
... me into their crew. I am so happy to have gotten to know them and to call them my friends.
I did end up doing some work at the lodge, from working behind the bar to fiberglassing boats, but most of my days were spent running, reading, writing, doing schoolwork, playing guitar, doing yoga, eating, drinking, partying, swimming, hiking, visiting stunning waterfalls, jumping off little cliffs, trips into the "big city", paddling up the gorge ...
Other places to stay in Durbanville
Durbanville, Durbanville | Hotelfrom $90
14 Langeberg Rd, Durbanville | 4 star hotelfrom $91
9 De Villiers Drive, Durbanville | Hotelfrom $120
29 High (Hoog) St., Durbanville | Hotelfrom $80