Harbour Bridge Hotel & Suites
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... we were able to get to the top. It was a bit cold - the thermometer at the top was showing 40 degrees.
We then proceeded on a city tour that included a noon stop on Signal Hill and a walk through Bo-Kaap, an area known for its brightly painted homes and cobble-stoned streets. It was formerly the Malay Quarter, made up of Muslims from Malaysia.
We signed up for an optional afternoon tour ...
... flat topped mountain that shadows Cape Town and the bay. It is winter here but we were very luck that the weather on Saturday. It was in the low 70's with very few clouds in the sky. We were treated with fantastic views in all directions. In addition to seeing the city from high up, we also got a view of our journeys for the next couple of days. We were able to see all the way to Cape Point as well as ...
... the pictures. They LOVED taking pictures and then looking at them. We then went to a futbol (soccer) field where Megan and Taylor played with the kids. We walked through the township taking it all in the good parts and the bad. We ran into a group of school children who ran and jumped into our arms screaming something in Xhosa which Languisa, our SHAWCO coordinate, said translated, “the white people are here!” They love us because we give them things, ...
... was declared in 1948 – basically it’s
legalized segregation, formally called “Separate Development.” Each person was
required to be legally racially categorized which determined a lot of things –
for those black or colored (mixed race) people living in District 6, this meant
you were to be evicted, starting in 1950 after the Group Areas Act was passed.
60,000 people were evicted from this area, which beforehand was a place where
... friends from there and is studying at University of Cape Town while he is here. Such a small world! Several of my friends in the house who started service this week work at schools within the townships, which I'm sure is very stressful but still so exciting! Because teachers are lacking within these schools, my friends are actually full-time teachers. They do ...