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... 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. ...
... that while colored identity held and continues to hold an intermediary and marginalized status in South African society, it is fluid and complex and that the lived experiences of individuals produces a multitude of identity narratives. In this way, there are intra-cultural differences within the colored community as to what it means to be ‘colored,’ and these meanings change over time. There does, however, appear to be ...
... it!!! The top was massive, u can walk for ages, hence table mountain it's pretty flat on top....lion's head looked like a no-one from the top so that felt good, still will come back and do it one day though!!! The views were just amazing, and the weather was just perfect. Couldn't have done a better thing for dad on a better day, in a better place, with better weather it was just glorious!!!! And dad is the wind to me so the fact it was windy made me feel like he ...
... for more shopping. We guys, including Matthew, drove around the stadium and visited Sea Point. We all got back to the apartment at about the same time.
We had lots of pizza for dinner,along with wine from our winery tour.
Cape Town was fantastic. The people, scenery, history, ambience, etc. make it deserving as a #1 vacation destination. We would definitely come back, if it wasn't so ...
... and smiles from the children, but also from the adults. These interactions will forever last as some of my most treasured memories – as a smile from these adults is what I see as a currency of acceptance as a global citizen.
Our last activity in this township was playing soccer with one of the local YEP (Youth Empowerment Program) Clans. The boys were around the age of ten, and to me seemed like professional soccer players. ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool