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... run 2 laps around the field with no cutting in front of the football goal posts. We form another circle to do stretches and then sing a few songs including the banana song, the porridge song, and the button factory song. The kids then get in 4 lines and do relay races down the field, e.g. run down, hop back, run backwards down, leap frog back. Thomas also bought a rope and we taught the kids to play tug of war, which proved difficult because they always want to pull and play ...
... Robben Island was a bumpy one, but we didn't care. We just wanted to go there. Once there, we were put on buses with a tour guide. The last part of the tour was with a previous inmate. He explained life on Robben Island and he was a political activist and arrested several times and was imprisoned on Robben Island. The end of the tour was at the small cell of Nelson Mandela where he was imprisoned and slept on the floor for 18 years out of 27.
... a couple bars but the scene was pretty lame so we hit up McDonalds instead... yes McDonalds (my once a year fast food - honestly!, though its gotten surprisingly good and it's so cheap) for a late night Oreo McFlurry. It was taaaasty. The next day Stan also asked Paddy if he wanted to join him on the GR. Surprisingly, Paddy was way more type A and opinionated than I was, wanted to do similar activities, and Stan didn't seem to mind. I instantly felt better about the ...
... place called Rainbow's End. It's a relatively small family-owned vineyard. Here, too, we saw the vintner and a group of workers in the midst of harvest and processing. Our tasting was on the back porch of the family patriarch's home, which was well over a 100 years old and overlooked the end of a valley. Clouds and rained rolled in for the first time of our trip, but it was still warm and ...
... in the Flag of Cape Town and other local government insignia. It is a significant tourist attraction, with many visitors using the cableway or hiking to the top. The mountain forms part of the Table Mountain National Park. The view from the top of Table Mountain has been described as one of the most epic views in Africa."
The highest point on Table Mountain (it would be hard to call it a "peak") is 3558 ft. Although not ...