WedgeView Country House & Spa
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... white washed buildings with thatched roofs looked like something from a postcard with the blue skies and mountains behind them. Walking among this, the art galleries, wine and champagne bars and coffee shops - at that moment I was a million miles from the South American streets I'd walked upon but was loving it in a very different way. You coudn't not fall in love with the place it's just stunning. The avenues of trees with the prominent white church at the end of the ...
... known as pin cushion plants. Many people believe that the Cape is where the Atlantic and Indian Ocean meet however the Indian Ocean joins the Atlantic at Cape Agulhas National Park. (Just a little trivia. ) What really happens here is the cold current in the West Coast and the warm current on the East Coast and collide at the Cape (another piece of trivia ) the marine life is different between the 2 currents ...
... br> Today was just one of those days that I'm so proud of what I'm doing, grateful to my students for experiencing it alongside me and saddened by all the things we take for granted in the US.
After lunch we still had a packed day ahead. We spent the first part of the afternoon touring the Manenberg Clinic. This is where we gave vaccinations last week, but today we had a more in-depth tour of what the clinic does for the community. The clinic is run off of quota ...
... the enormity of that task was evident with a quick glance and more pics of what is a gorgeous area will follow in coming days. I was also greeted, which is normal practise for our clients, with a gift pack on arrival which included, amongst other things, a full detailed itinerary of my time here, a wonderful little info/coffee tale book on South Africa, some postcards (saves one looking for them doesn't it), and some local treats ...
... which unhappily established the economy of the new Cape settlement. As all good guides do !!!, we were taken to the diamond shop but escaped with a beautiful piece of pottery that depicts the animals and flowers of Africa. We also saw Desmond Tutu’s church and the City Hall. Across from the City Hall is the Grand Parade where an estimated 100,000 people gathered on 11 February, 1990 to hear released political prisoner ...