Hout Bay Manor
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... the usual windy beach was very inviting. We strolled along among the rocks at the northern end exploring the rock pools which had been left as the tide receded .
From here we drove along Chapman’s Peak, a steep route back into Cape Town clinging to the side of the cliffs with fantastic views over the ocean. We stopped at a picnic spot about halfway along where we ...
... in mirrors, even in car roof tops or in the back windows of taxis. So much to see And now I reflect upon Me. I have grown in my time away My mind has been boggled My soul experienced extreme moments of sheer fun and laughter and Joy But it also groaned under sheer weight - As I saw the depths of devastation at what mankind has done throughout history; The tyranny, the pain ...
... every success for a "call back" later today.
Returning via the One & Only Hotel we stopped for a Latte (honest!) as they were just setting up for tea. In following our pastry theme today I include a picture of the sumptuous cream tea buffet. For those concerned about our eating habits - we didn't indulge (on this occasion - but we still have three more tea times left in SA!!).
... walked along the Long Street, had a delicious hotdog at 4.30 in the morning, get some pictures with a few local girls and were back in our hostel at 5.00. It was a great night! One of my best New Yearīs Eves!
Day 4: January 1, 2014
Luckily we drank responsibly the previous night so we didnīt feel so hangovered. However, in the morning we still took it very easy.
At about 16.00 we decided to go hiking to one of the peaks surrounding Cape Town ...
... and critically towards us as well. Also, he was very open about the struggle his primarily white church has encountered post-Apartheid in integrating race and working with the financially poor. We really appreciated his admittance of problems within his church. It makes us question our home churches dealings with internal problems and moral standings.
Tim Jenkins was our final speaker. An Ashoka Fellow (ask Jacob about them, ...