Protea Hotel Dorpshuis
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We are here at the V&A Waterfront having lunch, just the three of us. E is asleep in his pram after a fun little zip around the aquarium. Bliss. This morning I did yoga near our flat in Seapoint, leaving E with the others while I walked down the street to the studio, feeling free and independent but like something essential was missing! It was refreshing, but the ...
... felt like Mexico. We finally arrived in Stellenbosch around 4:30, enough time to check in, shower and head to dinner.
For Linds' Christmas present I booked a reservation at a popular restaurant called Moyo. Authentic African food at one of the winery estates in town. We had our faces painted and helped ourselves to the African buffet, lamb, beef, fish, squid, ox tail and a few African dances for entertainment.
A very nice evening!
... We had to head back to Cape Town after that because still had a three hour drive and had to make it to dinner. For dinner, we went to a restaurant called Mama Africa, which is obviously African themed. They had an African band and we all got up and danced. It was really fun and a great way to end our amazing trip! I am so tired tonight but I definitely want to spend time with all of the amazing people in my group and spend more of my waking time in ...
... walked around the pier and finished with peanut butter ice cream with oreo cookies on top. The reoccurring thought in my head was that this was the most beautiful place on earth, and I truly am blessed with this opportunity. There is no other way I could be experiencing these things, learning so much and having a great time with a group of awesome people. Let these pictures tell my story, because so much happened today that words couldn't capture everything. ...
... clearly racist things. I guess for me I had always pictured a racist to be this horrible, ugly person with no regard for anyone else. But these families were not like that at all. I found myself asking the same questions over and over again, “What do you do when the bad people don’t seem so bad after all?” and “what exactly is a ‘bad’ person?”
None of ...