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Travel Blogs from Cape Town
... in the nads with their emotional weight? South Africa is not a country to study lightly.
At Greenmarket I got a really nice tablecloth with Guineafowl on it and a Xhosa mask
Afterwards, when we went to see Dr. Ackerman who was really nice to show us around her department, we got to see the labs and meet some of her PhD students.
I ended up getting sick after eating what I believe to be tainted mayo...a quiet afternoon and early to bed.
... then headed out to Table mountain and to the cable car station. We left the bus at this point and queued to buy tickets to take the cable car to the top of the mountain. Because Table mountain is often covered in cloud but today it was clear and the weather was perfect, we made going to the top a priority. Unfortunately, we were not the only ones with the same idea and we had to queue about one and a half hours to buy the tickets and board the cable car. The tickets cost about ...
... The restaurant was called French Conection Bistro. The food was delicious. Shami had the springbok, a common local game dish. Very good tender meat. Next we took a small drive around stellenboch. Our driver gave us some great history along the way and through the town. It is very historical with beautiful old Dutch and Victorian architecture. Not far out of the town center went went to our final wine tasting at Remhoogte. The estate was just gorgeous with rolling ...
... s Peak. Stunning road clinging to the headland with magnificent views across the bay.
Arrive at Simon's Town to see the penguin colony at Boulders beach. Instructed to be back at the bus by 1030hrs. There's something comical about penguins. They're all on the beach and the rocks sunbathing. Great waddle.
Everyone is back at the bus by 1030hrs.
Guide moans about the French. He hates having French ...
Tuesday – Internship – Manenburg Primary Community Day – Today, Megan, Karlyn, and I worked with Carol and Felicity – the home base care workers. We had four patients who were all very interesting. Since this is our second week working with the care workers and the community, we feel more confident to get more hands on and try different therapy techniques with the patients who need it. For the past couple of nights, Megan and I have been doing a little bit of ...