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... first class and again with a second class of 7th graders. Each group took 15 minutes picking up trash and we got 10 completely full bags of trash. It was awesome how much of a difference that little activity made around the school. Except we left during recess where everyone gets a snack and we could already see trash on their playgrounds again from the younger kids. Hopefully we taught the 7's well and they are good role models for the younger kids ...
... and waste on these cruise ships and especially on a long cruise like this. I mean we’re in Africa right now! I realize that I’m in a very different place in my life than most of the people on board…they’ve all retired and worked hard to be able to travel at the end of their lives, but geez how about one year you give the money you were going to spend on a cruise to help starving children, we might actually be able to make a difference! They told ...
2nd and 3rd Feb This weekend I went to a wine festival in Stellenbosch with Chris and Karlien who are the children of Joa that I worked with in Upington. Karlien picked me up just before lunch and after picking Chris up from his uni halls in Stellenbosch we went to a wine estate called Zorgvliet which was incredibly beautiful and had a glass of Sauvignon Blanc. Then we headed into the centre of town and met up with 4 of ...
... soup and a chance to watch the video of our whole experience. Then back in the van for the ride back home. This was a fantastic experience, and I recommend to anyone who has the opportunity.
No adrenaline rush on day two as the same group plus Ursula went and did the Robben Island tour in the morning. I have to say I’m on the fence about this experience. I think most people feel obliged to go on this tour because of the significance to ...
... Camps Bay and our Villa Atlantica, which we capture a picture of with our ultra-zoomy camera. To the south are views of Table Mountain National Park, which is cut off from Table Mountain itself, and further down, out of sight from where we are, is Cape Point, the southernmost point of Africa.
One of the first things you encounter on top of the Mountain, besides the sweeping scenery, is a dassie. They are described as rabbits without the long ears, but they are much ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking