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Back in our room and our freshly made bed (thank you Cadogen Hotel) lemonade from the lounge (thank you Cadogen Hotel) a cupcake shared with Doug – what was I thinking before afternoon tea (thank you Cadogen Hotel) I searched for our missing Rand. I eventually found it and have now put it safely away.
A quick brush of the hair and we went out again, just a short walk to ...
... are we going to do do then. So I realized I should try and not get so personally involved to keep up witch this work for almost five more months. I don’t know how this will go. When we arrived at the house we immediately realized that not the little shag itself was going to be our biggest problem but all the stuff they managed to stuff inside that little room. We started to take everything out and I was so proud of our volunteers not being scared of the ...
... much to be thankful for and at times it is easy to take some things for granted that we absolutely shouldn’t. So after saying our goodbyes we headed off to the final stop of our tour, in the neighboring township for lunch at the famous restaurant, Mzoli's.
After parking the car we first made our way to the front counter where we had the chance to select the meat that we wanted to have grilled up for lunch. Thankfully Gladstone took charge and we watched ...
... realised how different Cape Town is to any other
city in the world, the people, cultures and buildings are all different and
unique. Tonight I went out the V & A waterfront where there are an abundance
of restaurants. The service was excellent and the food was delicious and
reasonably priced. I took a short stroll back to my hotel ready for my last day
of activities. ...
... stole snippets of news from anywhere they could, and certain prisoners were responsible for compiling articles into a daily prison newspaper that they then surreptitiously distributed. After the guards locked them in for the night, the prisoners would discuss and debate the news items, and political ideas in general, in their group cells (most prisoners were in large cells that held 36 people, though they looked like they should hold 16-20). He said that not ...