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... br> and masses were arriving with their ‘picnic in the park’ paraphernalia, the
philharmonic orchestra warming up in the concert area. Still, we wandered and
admired the ‘fynbos’, especially ericas, proteas, various natives that looked
like heathers. Local families had spread their blankets in the gardens,
watching out for pilfering guinea fowl, while ...
... through the Italian Market in Philly, with tables of smiling, enthusiastic students sipping their espressos and discussing Foucault and Kesha, usually in that order.
I decided to wander into an anarchist book shop/espresso cafe/music space, which I think under African Union dictates, is physically only allowed to exist in Cape Town, and immediately started having a conversation with a student that attended UCT. Peter Would, was from Uganda, but was ...
This is going to be a short entry because today wasn't that interesting and not too much happened.
Those was our second day with SHAWCO. We went to a different University of Cape Town campus area to work with SHAWCO and to learn more about the South African history. It was kind of slow but they made it interactive so that it was interesting. We did a couple group projects and learned a lot of new things.
This was a short part of ...
... of the one day we had there running around trying to find a replacement. The resulting product is a small Pentax with only a 5x zoom, so I apologize for the quality of the photos on this trip. Any really good shots you see will be ones I received from friends on the trip. A good thing is that some of these will be better than anything I might have taken anyway, so you'll benefit from some of it!
Remember I mentioned that we didn't see many animals on ...
... R&R - we still had a BIG night ahead. Since we've been in Cape Town the bus system here has been on strike! It's been a real set back for the city in moving people around. This affected us since the mobile clinics will only go out when the city is calm. Apparently the city being under the strike is not considered "calm times" here because in some of the townships they riot. At any given moment. So our time spent in the mobile clinics has been cancelled week after week. ...