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... who had been badly burned, had cancer, diabetes, etc., but they were all full of life and energy. Speaking of energy, we went to an African Dance Theater performance before dinner. We then ate at an Ethiopian restaurant where there were no utensils and we ate with our fingers. It was both unique and delicious!Once again, I'm too tired to write anymore or go into depth right now, so good night from Cape Town!I'll try to post pictures ...
... with only one "body break" as they call them, we had lunch in the UCT cafeteria, where we got stared at like animals in a cage, then headed to downtown Cape Town!!
Downtown was absolutely breath taking and definitely not what I expected. We had never seen it before because it is on the other side of Table Mountain. The city is huge and beautiful. When you think of South Africa, you don't think of a city. But this city was like an American ...
... in a dorm of 10 and had the whole which bed
to choose drama taken away from us as we were allocated beds. We were both
given lower bunks on opposite sides of the dorm facing each other which made
for some quite funny lip reading conversations and facial expressions…I
remember looking over at Graham as he mouthed ‘Wet testicles!’ Nice. What
exactly am I meant to do with that information?? ‘What?’ I mouthed back with an
... to them about AIESEC exchange, which was really enjoyable. I think most people who would be reading this blog know how passionate the four of us are about exchange work, so it’s always great to get a chance to share that passion with new people. We then ate lunch on campus - still scoping out the beautiful people, of course - and walked down the huge hill of the UCT campus while discussing how we could finagle all doing our Master ...
... townships rather than other parts of the city because of the sense of community and sharing offered in townships.
UWC was established in 1959 by the South African government as a school for students of mixed race, referred to in South African as "coloured." Because of the country's apartheid system, Blacks and Coloureds were limited in educational and occupational pursuits. Because UWC was for coloureds, the university was not able to teach sciences ...