Simon's Town Quayside Hotel and Conference Centre
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... the Cape Peninsula. Stops at the Cape of Good Hope and Cape Point, the penguins at Boulders Beach then finished with a walk around the botanic gardens. A long day, and Gerry stopped briefly in town at a Tanzanite vendor so we could take a look at their wares. Saw our first wild ostrich and a pair of eland in the Cape Reserve. There ...
... Sooooooo good. Mike was disappointed we went a little early, but we were able to swing back by and seethe music before we left. After finishing our meat we walked around the township a little and mike played soccer with some of the kids. He kept saying how he really just wants to hang out in the townships the whole time but I think he really just wants to be 10 years old again :) and mikes team did win, but I do t think mike was the best player....you can see him and the MVP in our photos. ...
... southwesterly part of the continent -- there's a sign to prove it so it must be true -- before getting back on the bus to head back to Cape Town. On the way, we saw some wildlife, including some ostriches and some bontebok. And as we approached Cape Town, the sun was starting to set over Table Mountain and the view was really spectacular.
Back to town
I met up with Aine from Ireland and Birgit from Austria, two of the women ...
... us as American’s. We learned several tidbits that I believe will help us in our work here as well.
- In the Western Cape, a mixed population is most dominant
- There are 9 provinces (which act like states in the US) and Western Cape is the largest
- Poverty is predominantly single, black women in South Africa
- Unemployment is 45% in South Africa and 65% in Manenberg (the township we will be working in) ...
... us and some older too! Everyone is really nice and it's been a lot of fun so far! Once we got there and got settled, we went to Clifton Beach. The beach here is GORGEOUS. The water is so clear and blue (but way too cold!) and there’s these huge boulders all along the coast. It’s summertime here so a lot of people are here on vacation – it’s such a diverse population, I think it’s going to be really cool to meet a lot of them!
This morning we ...