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... and professional. He asked me a battery of awkward questions, and issued a slew of advice (including get circumcised, ouch). He was very very surprised that this was my first HIV test, they recommend South Africans get tested every 3 months (it's free). While chatting, I told him about how I was a first responder to a fatal car accident. First he lectured me about how kwazulu natal is the HIV capital of South Africa (eeek). Then he turned to me and told me how ...
... is P's face! Yepp! A penguin slid right across and down his face while another one perched itself on his chest. So P fought a penguin...but the Penguin won!
Next it was down to the harbour and across to Robben Island where Nelson Mandela was held for the first 13 years of his imprisonment. Still hard to believe that that type of racism existed in my lifetime. We were given a bus tour around the island where a young lady gave us ...
... was too amazing not to. As we were heading back to mainland for food and to watch the movie, a shark jumped straight up out of the water. Absolutely incredible! And of course no boat ride is complete without Mark getting seasick. Five minutes before docking he filled a barf bag. After my time spent in shark alley, I am now confident that I will never go surfing in Cape Town. That night Ofer taught us to make shokshooka, an Israeli dish (Ofer is from Israel) made ...
... with small pours, tasting was almost always free with large pours.
· The Cape Wine Country has the most spectacular physical beauty in the world. 4,000 foot mountains and vineyards surrounded by planted flowers greet the eyes every time you look up.
· The wineries have invested significantly in beautiful wine tasting areas and restaurants. They rival anything I have seen in the world. ...
... direction of escalators are the opposite of what we are used to in the US. However, people don't walk on one side of the sidewalk (if there is one), its whatever goes.