The Cape Cove
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... the parked fishing boats. There are hundreds of bays around the coastline of Cape Town, and even more mansions lining the hills with pristine views. I have actually never been to a city with that many large beautiful houses. I found it hard to appreciate its beauty after seeing how the other half live. 12 people in one bedroom is not uncommon for hundreds of thousands - yet hundreds of thousands have mansions with many bedrooms that could house so many. I'm on my ...
... us curry for dinner and now everyone but myself and Ranelle are napping.
Manenberg is heavy in our hearts today... hoping everyone stays safe. We must return tomorrow to say farewell to the care workers and present them with gifts since tomorrow is sadly our last day with them.
Pray for Manenberg.
Until tomorrow --
"Peace cannot be achieved through violence, it can only be attainted through understanding." - Ralph Waldo Emerson
... we went for dinner at a place called Cocoa Wah Wah and had some pretty delicious foods.
One reoccurring thing that everyone here says is that they don't talk about something they don't know. Which I think is great. They let the people who know about the subject talk about it instead of trying to talk about it themselves. We first heard it yesterday, but we also heard it today so I figure its a common practice among South Africa.
... roommate did not hold up her end of the deal, but I still kept mine and decided to do it! It was amazing! Greatest decision ever. In all honesty though, I was terrified! I went third, good thing too because I may have chickened out. When I was standing there on the edge of the bridge, all I could think was when they say one, I am throwing myself off this bridge. I stared forward and did it and it was great. The recoil was not bad, ...
... We noticed that she was looking back at her mum and who was sitting
outside of a tent made out of plastic sheets and cardboard under a big
underpass in the centre of a huge highway junction. There were 3/4 tents on
that corner of road and we could see her mum who was breast feeding a tiny baby
was ushering her to continue to beg at our feet. We caught the mums eye and
tried to tell her with signs that we had no food which is what they were asking