I didn't have time to pack my bags in the morning so I woke up at 6 so I could pack all my stuff to leave for London. It was very bittersweet packing. I am so excited for the rest of my travels but I don't want to leave all of these peeps and South … Continue reading Flying Not Home
Welp. Wrote a novel that got deleted so will retype asap. Tear.
Turns out, I don't like wine but I do like cheese. Today was the (much anticipated by the group) wine tasting day. It was a later morning which was perfect for us because we had gone out the night before. After a Dream breakfast of lemon poppyseed muffin and pineapple, we boarded a nice charter … Continue reading Wine Spills
Amazing views out of the bus windowWe beat the other bus groups and had the entire beach to ourselves. Photo by EliLombardi senior girls take on Cape of Good Hope. Photo by Eli.The views reminded me of the Pacific Coast highway and the "I Lava you" Disney short. Photo by EliOne of two lighthouses at … Continue reading Cape Point
District 6 Museum A photo of young NoorTrying to get our food at the bazaar Eli was happy with her mealPaul looked like we all felt after stuffing ourselves with yummy Indian food. Photo by EliBokap Colorful HousesRainbow StreetWalkimg down the colorful streets. Photo by EliAma found a cute pup on the beachAmazing sunsets continue everydayPhoto by … Continue reading Colors of Ice Cream Cookies
Climb up table Mountain Close to the top of table mountainAt the top of the mountain with the dassiesWalking across the table At the highest point
Church in the morning with no musicBreakfast Buffet includedRobben Island EntranceLimestone QuarryCells for Riot prisonersGates and fenceslots of tourists listening to our guide (ex prisoner) Courtyard where Mandela hid "A Long Walk to Freedom"X and Matt brought a copy alongMandelas CellGuard post on Robben IslandBoatride back on the top of the boat. Photo by EliBeautiful Ocean filled … Continue reading Robben Island