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... or black and if they were unsure they even had a pencil test to see if a pencil would stay put in your hair when pushed in. If so, you were coloured. You were given your ID books and the city was now for whites only. Coloured people were allowed in to work but had to leave by a certain time. White only benches... Black only benches.... And all of a sudden you can't play with your friends because they're a different colour and you'll be punished if you do. District Six in ...
What a difference a year makes. If you'd told me a year ago that I'd be sitting in Cape Town surrounded by amazing friends, having achieved better A-level grades than I could ever have dreamt of, secured my place at medical school, joined 2 fantastic choirs, passed my driving test, and earnt the money to fund this adventure, I'd never have believed it. But here I am, and all this has really happened.
A year ago today, I was in hospital, about to undergo my second operation ...
... years after their release. The rocks, all different sizes, colours, textures, shapes there to represent the difference in people, all different but human all the same.
Along the way we had a chance to feed an ostrich. Once Zoe and I got over our fear, it was really quite fun and exciting. After that Zoe had a chance to go to a scratch path, which is large store with gemstones spread over the floor that you could select from and take home in a bag. Zoe was in heaven.
The next day we went to Robben Island where Mandela and other political prisoners were held. He was on Robben Island for 18 of the 37 years he was in ...
... we made way to the next place. Wow. That trip is something
that I ...