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... cycled very slowly as ahead of schedule still.
Was absolutely amazing to cycle into the Waterfront and see the crowd collected there to welcome us - disappointed that I couldn't see Roger - but eventually he turned up - he had missed me cycling in - expecting me to be at the back of the pack (....) - Lovely to se him after over four months away. Fizzy wine to celebrate and a short while to catch up with friends and relatives, ...
Today we were to leave Hermanus after a really relaxing 5 days.
We were up and said goodbye to everyone who had come to breakfast (JT hadn't seen his mum in 3 years and his eldest sister lives in Atlanta so it was quite an emotional time.) we packed all our bags into Sarah's car (she very kindly offered to give us a lift to Cape Town as she lives there and was heading home which was handy) and set off.
The drive ...
... or black and if they were unsure they even had a pencil test to see if a pencil would stay put in your hair when pushed in. If so, you were coloured. You were given your ID books and the city was now for whites only. Coloured people were allowed in to work but had to leave by a certain time. White only benches... Black only benches.... And all of a sudden you can't play with your friends because they're a different colour and you'll be punished if you do. District Six in ...
The best thing I learned today was about wine and the different process they undergo to get the perfect blend.
My most interesting observation was that the vineyard we went to reminded me of what Napa Valley, California may be like. The colors of the trees and the mountains in the background was all quite amazing.
My most unique experience was going to ...
... volunteering in a Primary School, teaching English to the children, whose first language could be any of the very many they speak here in SA. The hostel houses all the other volunteers, although apart from one other girl from England, the place is teeming with Germans, who, curiously, are also here to teach English. Looks like we've got to teach them first! The house is absolutely tiny, but the showers ...