Devon Valley Hotel
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... maps and trail signage has presented us with some challenges and initially challenged us again today. I n addition to the daily floral highlights, we also encountered two angulate tortoises rapidly crossing the track and a puff adder (calmly spotted by Maree) very comfortably occupying the track. With the group making much noise, the puff adder (known to be quite aggressive and deadly) finally slithered off ...
... sorted us out with some cushions for the pool beds and I fell asleep - nothing to do with the wine! I was awoken at 6.30pm by Jackie, allegedly snoring loudly! now in the shade and freezing cold. We weren't hungry and didn't feel like going out, so me made do with coffee, some of Betty's homemade flapjacks, then more wine, whilst we considered our ongoing travels. Maybe it was the wine, but in a moment of madness, I booked a room at the iconic Table Bay Hotel at ...
... really struck my emotions today happened at lunch. We ate at Mzoli's Meat, which is a butchery/vegetarian nightmare (but luckily they had some vegetables that I could eat), and the dining area is outside under a tent. As we sat and waited for our food, I looked over to see a little South African boy, who was no older than four, standing at the far end of our table and holding out his hands to ask for food. This immediately broke my heart, ...
Thursday was a very busy day! We visited the NRASD (National Religious Association for Social Development. We had three small sessions from people that work in the organization. It was very interesting! They were so generous and even fed us a large lunch and gave each of us a book to bring home. After we finished there we went straight to Stellenbosh University for a session with the dean of the school (Faculty of ...
Today was a reflection of the past two days and compared Kayelushe and Kensington (poor and rich). And Randebosh which was culturally diverse and one of the oldest "grey" communities. We also learned about the Bohr war and the brief history of pre and post 1994 South Africa. Later today Megan, Corey, Jen and I went for coffee while everyone else decided to take a ...