And jet lag is kicking my ass.
Here's a picture from the top of Table Mountain. Enjoy.
I met amazing people, I saw very disturbing things, and experienced very uplifting things. I ate all kinds of different animals, and I saw baboons, ostriches, and penguins in the wild (among other animals). I found out the Cape of Good Hope is NOT the southern-most point of the African continent, i.e. NOT where the Atlantic and Indian oceans meet (who knew?). That would be Cape Agulhas.
I saw opulence and extreme poverty (on one occasion on the very same day. It was jarring.)
And I was extremely impressed by the spirit of the South African people. They were welcoming, friendly, open, and in most cases, pretty optimistic about the future. Except about the upcoming elections. The consensus is that their current president is an ass, and he's likely going to get 5 more years at the helm.
I'm really glad to be home, but I hope to go back to South Africa again, perhaps to work or study, we'll see.
More pics and posts to come.
Welcome home. I'm glad you're back safe and sound.
And then there's this... "The consensus is that their current president is an ass, and he's likely going to get 5 more years at the helm."
Well, THAT sounds just a lil bit familiar.
Welcome back, and happy landings!
Welcome back, glad you had a good trip!
Man that picture looks like a computer generated fantasy scape!
I've SEEN vistas like that, but my camera makes them look flat and boring!
You'll have to come over and tell stories!
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