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... appears to be very strong, I saw
lots of smiles and a strong sense of togetherness. A tour such as this is essential
in my view to help the school kids understand South Africa today, and the
immense housing challenges that it faces. The guide, a native of the township,
showed us the township with great love. ...
... hostel here in CT!
On Sunday, we had a slower day, making a leisurely trip towards Hermanus, where we wandered around and got some lunch. Then we headed back to Cape Town, stopping at Betty's Bay to see the penguins! They were adorable, and the coastline was breathtaking.
At around 5pm, we arrived back in Cape Town.
Sorry for the length of this once again! Enjoy the accompanying photos!
What do you need for a perfect wine tasting trip?
- Transport (a must, thanks Nina for arranging);
- a tour guide with excellent knowledge of the wines and vineyards (thanks Jonno);
- a great bunch of people, (all 12 of us);
- some great food to help sober you up;
- chocolate to accompany your wine tasting;
- amazing weather (thanks South Africa);
- amazing vineyards (thanks ...
... don't like human mean but when they attack they just taste and check maybe it's something they like. They don't really see they just feel objects. And they are so strong though they don't have bones. Their eyes are blue. Just like mine :):). Gorgeous!!! Ah where we stayed in Muizenberg there were 3 shark attacks. One guy lost the leg, woman disappeared and the 3 rd one can't remember. Now they have shark watchers all around False bay. Goodnight ...
... most. My first feeling was one of being we were being invasive to these people's privacy. Driving through, taking pictures like they are animals in a cage. When he stopped and said "get out we're now walking", I then went to being scared, but at ease when I knew these people where ok with us for three reasons: they are happy we want to learn about them by talking to them not just through a lens and the other reason is 30% of our tour price goes into community projects which ...