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... loaves of bread and a block of cheese gave us food. We stayed at ...
... our day, all 3 boys were in board shorts, 2 in jumpers (on the perfectly hot sunny day, and max swapped between my jacket and Glenn's vest. (As much as it might be funny now that we survived the day and are all safely passed it, but it assure you, there was no laughing at the time and I onto fell it necessary to relive this disaster because I will need to remember why the heck max was dressed a certain way when I look back at pictures! Anyway, the day still ...
... evening I plucked up the courage to go to a Lions Club meeting in Hout Bay. I was made very welcome, the people were friendly and interested to know about the club I belonged to at home in Australia. I was pleased to be able to tell them that the meeting was very similar although the location was quite different, Hout Bay being a much more urban setting.
As I sit in my room writing this the sun is about ...
Townships are basically filled with shacks. It's exactly the image of poverty you see on tv when they want to show you 'poor' Africa. Also, it's not very safe for white people. You absolutely do not go there after dark if you're white. We went about 9:15 AM so it wasn't so bad, but we definitely stood out like a sore thumb. We were a bit lost as well - the townships can get very large - and we ended up in a completely random section by attempting ...
... prison including the courtyard, the high security cell block, which included Nelson Mandela's cell, a couple of other less security cell dormitories before climbing into a bus for a and travelling part way around the Island. Since the mid 17th century, Robben Island (dutch for seal island) has been used as a prison, a leper colony, a navel base and recent in recent history, housing political prisoners. The tour was very informative and well worth the visit!