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... Listen") he has been asked by several universities to come and talk and was visiting Stellenbosch University for a few days to hold a series of lectures. As I had worked with him in my old Margaret River days I went along and somehow ended up speaking at each of his talks as well. He got a great reception with each meeting growing in numbers as the word spread, and I was graciously received also. We had a very hectic schedule with meetings with students, staff, the ...
... found me dozing. I have to blame it on the comfy chairs and sofas.
We were running out of time, so we just drove up to Hidden Valley to check out the view and take a few photos. Then we headed back towards the Cape Town Airport and it started to rain very hard. We checked in to a Road Lodge and thought it would be similar to a Holiday Inn, but it was not very nice. We had a 6 a.m. flight back to Johannesburg, so we just dealt with it.
Today was our Manenberg Primary student lesson day. We explained the importance of personal hygiene to the kids, as well as environmental health care. I opened up by explaining germs, viruses and bacteria with Corey. We then moved on to the right ways to cough, and wash hands. Megan and Taylor then explained the importance of picking up trash, as we've noticed this is a big problem here. The kids loved ...
... the trip rough edges, sample their wonderful wines, hike around the vineyards and just chill, chill, chill.
Last night we ate in a wonderful worldclass restaurant overlooking a magnificent mountain vista.
Today is get packed up, drive to Cape Town and then visit Robyn Island with our son and daughter-in-law who are fabulous traveling companions.
Have a great Stellenbosch Day.
Had a mixed few days waiting around for the car to be fixed but lots of fun stuff in between! Went to climb up Table Mountain on Friday, it took 3 hours up some steep rocky hills through Platteklip gorge but it was worth it in the end! It's the highest I've ever climbed at 1087m and in the heat I felt knackered but by the time we got to the top we were above the clouds to one side and great views on the other, soo cool! The District Six museum was really interesting, learnt so much ...