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... force separation between myself and everyone from being in the military because of rank. That and I have an almost clinical detachment from people because when you deal with the Operating Room or medical treatment in general, it helps to be able to not think of people as people sometimes.
Anyway. Today we went to Kirstenbosch Botanic Gardens which was gorgeous.
I had in my head something akin to the ...
... the way and we bought tickets for two days for a cost of the equivalent of only £15 each. Very good value. We managed to board a bus almost immediately and off we went. The city tour buses are well organised, running every fifteen minutes and covering a large area of the city. There are two routes, red and blue. We took the red route today. The bus initially toured the major sights of the city and what a lovely city it is. Some very interesting buildings and clean. ...
... in the 1960s under Apartheid, and its non-white residents were forceably evicted from their homes. The white residents largely moved out as well, since the neighbourhood had become a ghost town. By the 1980s, it had been bulldozed and destroyed, and remains essentially empty until today, though some developments have taken place via land repatriation claims.
Last night in Cape Town
I wandered over to Long Street for a beer after the museums, but things were ...
... first...we then tried the cheeks, tongue and some of the eye.
We then were taken to government housing in the area where we stepped into a room that was 6 by 8, where three families shared that room.
After a tour of two more monuments then we went back to a traditional South African meal where we started. Its about 1 in the morning here and I cant blog anymore.
1. Girls crush on Sabu 2. Sesal is Everywhere 3. The monuments
... of dollars. Our program director even said it – within 5 minutes of each other, there are two completely different worlds. It’s heartbreaking to see but I am excited to learn more about it.
Tomorrow we have day 2 of orientation and we start our placements on Tuesday morning – I’m really excited to get started with work! We’re starting to plan some fun things to do so I’m really looking forward to settling in and getting to know this amazing city!! ...