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... grade 7 you had to go to Cape Town
-A former guard of Nelson Mandela came onto the bus to tell us about a book that her had written which details the development of a friendship between himself and Mandela after the laters release from prison.
-1659 the first prisoner escaped from Robben Island by stealing a sailboat.
-Many prisoners had to work in the limestone quarry mixing lime ton with seashells to pave the roads. This work was very ******* ...
... for the last time.
We went back to the house and I went grocery shopping and got tons of food. I only spent R180 which is only $18!! And I bought a TON of stuff. Like a lot.
We went home to unpack the groceries and I just relaxed after that. I make my own dinner and tonight was just a boring night.
Actually, I almost forgot, Alison and I made a cake for Taylor because her birthday is tomorrow. She was in the ...
... to Cape Point.
The Cape Point Lighthouse was built in the 1600s to warn ships away from the Cape of Good Hope. There is a funicular that can take you from the parking area up to the lighthouse. But since Vicki and I are hearty people, we hiked the path up to the top. It is a pretty easy 10 minute hike down, but up? Not so much. Anyway we enjoyed the view, took some photos, and strolled back down to our car.
... talking) and why they were there. Had they heard that white tourists were here? Telling myself that my imagination was getting overactive, we left the restaurant to walk to the hotel. As soon as I opened the door, I saw a large bus, and several people wearing sports clothing. Immediately I put it all together. This was a sports team that had was gathering to go somewhere for a sporting event. We walked through the happy crowd toward our hotel. On the way, we passed a ...
... but I wanted to get the hell out of there, they ask for donations and its just about making the children earn them money. I would have been more inclined to donate if I went there and they were all sat round learning and working hard...it just seems a **** way to let tourists see a school and detrimental to the children's learning and view of the world in my opinion!!! Really weird. There are also loads of shacks left up that aren't used anymore but they add to the ...