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... to sit on a bench and collect myself for a while. I think I was experiencing culture shock. After two days in Cape Town we decided it was time to roll. We had two weeks and loads of beautiful country to see. We packed our rented convertible fiat 500 and hit the road. First stop; cape of good hope. Not the southernmost tip but Africa but the one with the most history. Instead of the forecasted rain showers we were met with sunny skies, perfect weather to ...
... Next we went to see warm water penguins. They have thrived in recent years in this location and our greatest joy was watching them swim, hop then waddle out of the ocean. It was a real treat. My birth mother, Mary has always wanted to see penguins and she was on my mind the entire visit.
As we were driving to our next destination, we noticed signs for “BABOONS” - lock your doors and don’t feed ...
... be the Cape Town marathon, which is 43 miles?
The views along the coast are unbelievable. Better than I've ever seen anywhere. Every community we saw was beautiful. Everything had so much character it's easy to understand why they love this place so much. And no wonder why celebrities like Meg Ryan and Oprah come here for vacation...
Anyway, I've never seen an ostrich in person. Man, they are huge and awkward. They're also attracted to shiny things so ...
November 27, 2013
This morning it was nice to wake up in a real bed. We got up, made ourselves breakfast and then met Michelle for our day tour full of history in Cape Town. We got picked up by Sam and drove first to the district six museum. Here we learned about the pass books people had and the forced relocations during apartheid. There was even a man here who had been evicted from the area. There were really emotional messages from people who had been evicted etc. ...
... Taylor and Megan did a lesson on the benefits of a clean environment. That was a huge thing that we noticed while walking around Mandenberg, there is trash EVERYWHERE! So after educating about why it is important to clean up our trash and other trash around us we did an activity. We separated the students into groups and gave everyone a glove. We took a garbage bag and went around their playground picking up trash. We did this activity twice, once ...