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... hot tin roofs. In some areas I can touch the shacks on both sides of the "street".
Originally meant to house 500 people Imizamo Yethu now houses 35,000 with residents including transients from Asia, China, India and Europe. By way of comparison the Cape Town airport Township is home to 1.4M people.
We make no judgement of what we saw, however, we can appreciate the scale of the problem facing the ...
... we got a lot done and figured out. One of the main rules was to wash your dish right when you're done eating. We can't just leave it in the sink (which was done a lot in Derry) because there's......COCKROACHES here. Ewwwwwwww. Yeah so we don't want to see any bugs here.
After the meeting I just went to my room and relax before bed. Today was such a nice day.
... students yesterday. How adorable is that?? Who knew what an impact the littlest things can make.
Tonight we really took a walk into Rondebosch looking for a dinner spot. It's about a mile walk and we've really embraced our evening exercise/search for our next meal. Tonight Al's near the train station. I got a salad and crispy foccacia bread - yummo. I'm pretty sure I haven't had a bad meal here yet.
Off to bed with some very vivid memories and lots to pray for tonight. ...
Catherine has admonished Terence to be relatively brief with the blog update tonight, so
any interested readers could keep up with what we’re doing, without having to
devote excessive time to extended prose or feel that they are starting a whole
chapter of a book.
We headed out today to drive down the coast of the cape peninsula to the southwestern tip
of Africa, the Cape Point, at the Cape of Good Hope. ...
... own charm and uniqueness. I feel that I've had 4 distinct journeys: 1) medical mission in Tanzania 2) solo time camping in Zambia 3) safari and camping in Kruger 4) camping with a lovely group of people in Namibia and my finale in Cape Town I've been exposed to remote areas of Southern Africa that I otherwise wouldn't have if I'd chosen to stay in hostels or hotels. Camping was by no means the most luxurious way ...