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... br> No one is afraid to refer to the population using descriptive terms that we would not be allowed to. White, Black, Afrikaans, Coloured and Asian.
The terms are used the same way we would describe cars in a car park, Toyota, Honda, BMW, Audi.
It is so complex and the more we learn the harder it is to understand, but the present is better than the past and the future will be better than the present so what more can anyone want. But they have a ...
... director who took us through a brief description and history of the farm. They make wine and olive oil here and we were offered a wine tasting. It was interesting to hear about the risk involved in this business. Forecasting the weather and the sales must take a special talent. The wine vault was a large structure with bottles from ceiling to floor. Even the conference table we sat at was impressive.
The wine ...
... buffalos, wart hogs, wildebeests, impalas, hippopotamuses, and a variety of birds. It became so common place that we didn’t always stop the car to look at them.
The next day Brock’s stomach was feeling better, but now he had developed a cold, most likely the same cold that Dharma had on the trek. He was well enough though to enjoy riding in the car and looking at animals. We saw a lot of animals that day, but no cats and we really wanted ...
Today was a very moving day. We started our day with a guided tour of the Cape Town Townships and Robben Island with another couple that's staying across the hall in the guest house.
We were picked up from our guest house. Our guide's name was Titus. He first took us around District 6 and to the District 6 Museum. Titus was very knowledgeable and we learned a lot about the apartheid government.
... back to the parking lot. I really like the Sterculia Africana tree. It has a smooth light bark and a wide top with small green leaves. Festus and Rosalia gave us a very warm and heartfelt sendoff. We are sad to be saying good-bye to Namibia today. We have seen some amazing and beautiful people, wildlife and scenery here!
As Leon was taking us to the airstrip we saw a flash of red from a woodpecker and then an African Hornbill. Bingo! This completes ...