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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Kudu, Impala, and Springbok.
Our apartment was located in an awesome part of the city called "Cape Quarter". It's an area that's very popular with young people and we were able to walk to shopping, restaurants, grocery store etc. They even have free yoga one night a week at the Cape Quarter shopping center!
Cape Town has an amazing shoreline which we were eager to check out. We drove to Clifton Beach ...
Next was Tocara where we first had lunch at the Deli then a tasting. Had a good chat with the server, a student at Stellenbosch university.
Next was Delair, a very posh winery but amazing views, then to Neil Ellis to finish the day.
On the way home we grabbed some food (take away pizza for Rob) and spent the evening at the pool and balcony with our purchased wine. Great day in Stellenbosch, amazing wine ...
... My roommates - I have three - and I each have our own room and bathroom which is fantastic. Two of my roommates are in the AIFS program with me, they are Molly from Iowa and Lisa from Virginia. Our fourth roommate is Catherine from Seattle and she is part of the CIEE study abroad program. Everything is going great and we are all getting along.
The rest of our AIFS group includes Claudie, Rebecca, Maura, Tay, Nick, Evan, Joe, ...
... asked her how old she was she said she was 44... She can remember things from when she was younger but her short term memory isn't good at all. One of her children passed away a few years ago and she doesn't even remember that child existing. Her daughter is her caregiver and sometimes she thinks that she is her cousin instead of her daughter. The entire family was extremely nice! We were there for like 45 minutes talking to the family ...
... slave past (Adhikari, 2009). One extension of this search for new identities and of embracing the past can be seen in the recent growing acceptance of Afrikaaps as a positive symbol of colored identity and history. The documentary, Afrikaaps, showed how the unique Afrikaans spoken by coloreds is becoming a symbol of colored pride. Where once even colored peoples rejected this unofficial version of Afrikaans, it is now ...