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... frames for each of them, flowers and hand sanitizers to present them with tomorrow. I'm not sure what they are planning for us but I'm sure it's something very special. Then we went grocery shopping for ingredients for a curry-based meal. Some of the students have been wanting more African cuisine so tonight they are going to attempt to make it. Tim and Cecil have been in the kitchen all day chopping meats and vegetables and making the sauce.Such an amazing partnership ...
... big of a deal, but the condition it was cooking in was the issue. Flies were swarming around the freshly cut heads of these sheep, before they threw them in a trash can full of boiling water. They did all of this outside on the street, or should I say dirt.
There was an art gallery in Lanca, which featured work of local artists and vendors. Here we saw sand art and the pottery that they make daily in the store. Our tour eventually lead us back through the ...
... in my wet suit! As the crew shouted “down, down” I submerged to come face to face with a massive shark as it grabbed the bait by its massive, sharp teeth. Resurfacing, I barely took a breath before we were being ordered back down as the Shark came by again, this time alongside us, thrashing against the cage. As the cage rocked back and forth I felt no sense of danger, only exhilaration as this giant was in touching distance. I’ve always found sharks fascinating and ...
... that there's not loads to do but
we're quite happy to have a couple of days 'off' (ha!) to catch up on some
sleep and repack our bags which have become more and more unorganised! We've
been joking with the locals who all want our money in return for some sort of
trinket or service but they know now that we're not up for spending so the
calls of 'Lady, Mr! Taxi today?' are all shouted in jest at us every few
For now, we're happy to join ...
... you see along the way. Hopefully we will have a new camera by then so that I can share our trip and all of the sites with you!
Until then, I have shared some of the last pictures uploaded from Colin’s camera. We took a hike up Table Mountain about a week and a half ago, and revisited some of the same spots we took pictures from on our first trip to Africa in 2010….isn’t it crazy how much time flies? I can’t reiterate enough how great of ...
Other places to stay in Sea Point
Sea Point, Sea Point | 3 star hotelfrom $61
Cape Of Good Hope, Sea Point | Hotelfrom $31
Cnr Gordan Hood & Hendrik Verwoerd Avenues, Centurion, Pretoria, 0046, Sea Point | 3 star hotelfrom $41
Barkly Road no 9, Sea Point | 4 star hotelfrom $75
8 Oliver Road, Sea Point | 3 star hotelfrom $47
Sea Point, Sea Point | 2 star hotelfrom $110