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... day watching!
After the game we head into Paarl for some dinner, nice restaurant where I had prawns and a large piece of Hake:))
... of it. We got taken to sting berg school I think it was called? The founders of dreams to reality talked to us about house rules, safety precautions etc. nothing was even spoken about Ebola.... Because it isn't a worry here. In fact, more was said about HIV.... Which is actually understandable seeing as 1/3 people have HIV in South Africa. No one ever told me to not come do this trio because HIV it was all Ebola... Shows how much people from home (and people ...
... see the animals being fed to see and up close view of such elegant animals eating.
I am so excited to see what tomorrow has in store for me. With a start like today I can't almost imagine how its going to get better. I'm already having the time of my life and I haven't even been in South Africa for 24 hours.
Another beautiful and sunny day. We left and had a magnificent drive along the coast with time to take pictures and marvel at the scenery. Seal Island was a short boat ride to the island and 10 minutes of watching the antics of the seals.....always fun! Back to shore and 30 minutes of shopping in the bazaar and WC break.
We continued to the penguins at Boulder Beach. A ten minute walk on asphalt then a boardwalk to the colony of penguins. Again 30 minutes marvelling ...
... first...we then tried the cheeks, tongue and some of the eye.
We then were taken to government housing in the area where we stepped into a room that was 6 by 8, where three families shared that room.
After a tour of two more monuments then we went back to a traditional South African meal where we started. Its about 1 in the morning here and I cant blog anymore.
1. Girls crush on Sabu 2. Sesal is Everywhere 3. The monuments