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We woke up early in the morning with the family and were off to the airport with the family by 8:00 with the family.
- we split up into 3 groups for the journey
1. Johan sets off with Francois, Cronje and Felicia the day before
2. The Gallianoses, Suerita, Danielle and JJ fligh off first
3. The Oumies, Anneli and Annabelle
- nicholas ill
- flat in Camps Bay
- beach visit
- annabell almost drowning
- evening brai
- list of who’s there
... down to the Cape of Good Hope. The surrounding wine counties, Stellenbosch and Franschhoek, are great. Seeing the Cape of Good Hope is stirring. We arrived in Cape Town Thursday evening by plane from Port Elizabeth after our adventure in Kwandwe to rejoin the Serenity. The wind had been blowing so hard that the ship docked several hours late but was there when we arrived. Our driver dropped us off at the pier. During our walk to the ...
... in the room would want to buy her a drink but she always pays her way. I really like that as that's how I do things, although no blokes ever try to buy me drinks! We made another early start from Cederberg and started on the road to Cape Town, we were constantly held up in a number of road blocks and the journey seemed to take forever. I managed to put the biggest smile on Jess's face, maybe the biggest of the whole trip, I woke her up with ...
... to all the work of making myself nice and we don't go out. ERRRR!!! Anyway I got over it and started on my current events homework. I found a great story that related to South Africa as well as the rest of the world. It's the story of Oscar Pistorius and how he intentionally killed his girlfriend, supermodel Reeva Steenkamp. I found it quite interesting. Then dad came home and we decided to go out to ...
... them, Amy prompted us to think about who we see at these places and how do we feel about the resource utilization when the government is paying for these gardens but there are still people without housing.
I think that the tourist industry brings in far more to the local economies than the expenditure for things like the Kirstenbosch that ultimately it benefits the local population even if they don't or won't acknowledge it. ...