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Joburg I had my final day in Joburg today and we flew down to Cape Town this afternoon. Last night we went to an African themed restaurant and had some great food! I had a first there but I will get to that a bit later. When in Joburg (this is the short name the locals use for Johannesburg), both days I spent at the client site. This site was …
... The drive to the wine region took us by Table Mountain which is 450 million years old, older than the Alps, Himalayas and the Rookies. Before democracy in South Africa there was a very small middle class in South Africa. There basically were only two classes; the super rich and the super poor. After Apartheid ended many of the Black Elite moved from poor to rich. Today the typical income for the middle class is 20000-40000 RAND/month which is basically ...
... lady ever. We found out today her scars are from her husband dragging her through a fire in abuse. Here's some funny, yet sad stories about Oma. As we undressed her, we found cigarettes hiding in her hat. I was shocked at first but she quickly explained that she'd stolen them from her daughter that smokes so she wouldn't smoke them near her. Even more alarming was the plastic bag she had hiding inside her bra ...
... District 6 and ended up in one of the Townships where we were welcomed warmly by Sheila into her home which she opens twice a week to tourists. The food was out of this world, curries and African dishes, and the BEST fried chicken I’ve ever eaten in my entire life. A local band played and I couldn’t help but move to the rhythms, I was in another world filled with good food, good music and good people. I didn’t want it to ...
... taking a cool dip in the ocean. They were curious about all of the human onlookers, and so we had many photo opportunities watching them play. Such an odd bird - can't fly, walks very awkwardly, but can swim like a rocket! From Simon's Town, we drove on south to the Cape of Good Hope. This is a noteworthy point in a shipping route as old as the seafaring activities of man. It is the junction of two great oceans: the Atlantic and the Indian Oceans. Off in ...