Protea Hotel Stellenbosch
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... there are other people, besides my daughters, who are terrified of large birds.
On the way back to Cape Town, we stopped at the prison where Nelson Mandela was released. It was powerful to hear each of our guides describe the affects of Apartheid and the positive changes from its demise.
“Baie dankie” Enrico for a great day! (Afrikaans- pronounced “buy a donkey” or thank you very ...
... what happend this morning...
This morning, a student at a nearby high school got shot in the back of the neck as he walked into the school. The student was taken to the hospital and was on life support the majority of the day. Sadly, he passed tonight. Along with the shooting, a boy was playing with a lighter in one of the 3 story flats on the 3rd floor and he ended up starting a fire. The boy then jumped out the window, landing on his head, and dying upon ...
... did not have any ice cream. We went back to our house to inform our professor of the tragedy and come up with an alternative plan. Three quarters of a mile away there was a frozen yogurt place, so away we went. It was a very healthy dinner!
I learned that wine is an acquired taste and cheap college wine is perfectly acceptable.
We looked up videos of shark cage diving when we got back, since were going tomorrow!!! HAPPY MOTHERS DAY!
... that coloreds speak is a different version of Afrikaans that is apparently not understandable by white Afrikaan speakers. We learned that the Afrikaans that coloreds speak is increasingly being called Afrikaaps— a term that emphasizes its unique linguistic elements. As it stands now, white Afrikaan speakers look down upon “Afrikaaps” and see it as a ‘*******ized Afrikaans.’ What’s most ironic ...
... br> use of “eh”? Check. The rest of my tour appears to have liked this idea and so
we are all dressed up for the day as tourists from Holland, the US, Germany,
and Scotland. Even Barry, our driver got in on the act and I think he looks
like a Canadian tourist, but “eh” sounds funny in Afrikaans. Seriously though,
we did enjoy delicious roast pumpkin with the stewed Oryx.
It has only been an hour since I wrapped up ...