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After spending the morning in Stellenbosch town centre we decided to head out to one of the Vineyards with an incredible view.
This afternoon we went to Waterkloof Wine Estate a Vineyard on the outskirts of Stellenbosch, heading towards the Coast.
Different from most Vineyards, they still Farm the hills with Horse and Plough and use traditional methods.
Needless to say we found the Horse pretty quickly!!
Thanks to Gran for the great ...
... we sat on the bed and talked to a man who is living there, on one single bed with his wife and two kids. I will never forget that. Slowly, over many years on the waiting list they will get relocated to a slightly bigger house. He has been in that room for 19 years....
We saw what many have done in a desperate hope for privacy and that is living in homemade slums. Still 14sqm but it's their own. The problem with this is fire and flooding. No floors, leaky wood or tin ...
... s dinner, divided by us all, was 48 ZAR (just over $5 US dollars). Not bad!! Much to my surprise there wasn't much help or even an ask to help from the remaining of the students. Disappointing. They sat in the dining room playing on computers while we cooked.
Tomorrow we have a packed day of Manenberg in the morning, a rehabilitation clinic in the afternoon and the mobile clinics at night!
Time for some rest. Anyone still reading... or am I boring??
... other narratives of colored identity during Apartheid rule, but Erasmus argues that colored identity was constructed under a dominating white rule which “left little room for cultural autonomy and control over self-expression” (Erasmus, 2001). Therefore, the collective narrative of struggle and assimilation ranks paramount in understandings of colored identity by both coloreds and the ‘other’ during Apartheid. ...
... Apparently, people don't go to the beach to swim - they go there to play, sunbathe, and "be seen". It seems like the whole place was just filled with fancy boutique hotels, cafés, restaurants, and Lamborghinis/Porsches/etc.
We watched the sunset from Signal Hill, and then went for a fresh seafood dinner (we are next to two oceans, after all!) at one of the many restaurants at the V&A Waterfront. Sigh. I think I'm in love with Cape Town.
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Other places to stay in Somerset West
CNR Main Road (M9) & Broadway Boulevard (R44) Roads, Somerset West | 3 star hotelfrom $73
Lourensford Road, Somerset West | 4 star hotelfrom $86
01 Morgenster Avenue, Somerset West | 4 star hotelfrom $97
8 Waveren Avenue, Somerset West | Hotelfrom $75