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Travel Blogs from Durbanville
... mountain- you can get a cable car to the top and explore the plateau. The view from the top is incredible- I sat and watched the sun set with a beer- a pretty great way to end the day. I've just rearranged my pack ready for an early start to my first tour tomorrow. This will take me up through Namibia and Botswana to Victoria falls over 20 days. There should be some access to the interwebs during then trip so will post again soon. Missing you all ...
... that it occurred on our last day of potential home visits.
For dinner tonight Tim made us all curry vegetables and chicken. It was delicious!! His first time making it but hopefully not his last.
Megan, Taylor and I got our last bit of clinical experience in tonight at a clinic located inside of a pharmacy down the street. Earlier this week when we didn’t know if we would get the opportunity to ...
... went into one of the hostiles and in one room there was 3 beds (1 per family (yes FAMILY, so mom, dad, and however many kids they have) per bed) and then there is a TV, a tiny stove, and everything they own in this tiny little room (approx 6 x 8 ft) . There is a bathroom across the hall that has to be shared between the entire house.
We went to a few other places around Langa before heading out to the Amy Biehl memorial. Amy Biehl was ...
... went to school (ages 4-5) were able to do more organized
things, like songs and games, etc. The kids that are left, while still adorable
and fun, are all 3-4 and under, so it’s hard to do anything that requires focus
haha But we’re trying to make the most of it – it’s obviously just as rewarding
because these kids don’t seem to get enough attention, that’s why they love
being held and picked up so much!
... a vacation to Cape Town that weekend so we invited them over for some food. They were really nice company and because a lot of them were older, they had so many experiences to share!
6. YESTERDAY WAS SO GREAT! On Monday, I went to a travel clinic through SHAWCO, an organization through the University of Cape Town. I volunteered from 6pm to 11pm in one of the townships. It is a mobile clinic, so UCT comes in with trailers and they set up clinic. The clinic is hosted ...
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