Ro7 for South Africa.
Ro7 – my objectives for South Africa, Cape Town!
- Try Local Food and Beverage
- Document and Interview;
- One Social Entrepreneur
- One Social Innovation
- Economic Analysis
- Write-up pre-trip
- Write-up post-trip
- Bo-Kaap and de WaterKant – Link
- Cape Town Holocaust Centre – Link
- Fish Hoek Man
- Cape WineLands
A romantic spot to watch the sunset as the ocean hits the rocks you sit on. *Splash guard required! The sunshines brightly right on to the Atlantic Ocean!
Whilst in a taxi of 8 people in a 7 person taxi, we got stuck in a traffic jam on the way to Camps Bay Beach. But Cape Town being Cape Town, it ain't so bad, because there are wonderful … Continue reading
A little girl made this and ran off. So i thought I would take a nice picture of her handy work! These kids were playing by the shower, even though there was a whole beach for them to play with! … Continue reading
The Penguins along Boulders Beach, Simons town were within touching distance! Seriously, this was how close I was to these magnificent creatures!
It is not often you walk back from doing your groceries and find yourself walking toward a protest. I have come to Cape Town at an interesting time. A recent mining incident that left more than 30 people violently killed … Continue reading
Some kids that were playing along the side street. They look so happy! Can you spot the 2 most pointless signs???? Cape Town's so called '7 Eleven'....!! A visit to the beach would be incomplete without a a scrumptious meal … Continue reading
Meat haters gonna Hate! - I urge you NOT to open this post if you do not have the stomach to see something awful! -Well, awful if you are vegetarian, vegan or just hate looking or handling meat! The best thing … Continue reading
Well, it is ALMOST a 360 degree view!
This was the view from right at the top of Lion's Head. So many couples go up there to enjoy the view and get some romantic personal time. Many would bring up some food and alcohol to have a casual … Continue reading
This shot was taken whilst walking up Lion's Head. Technically this was meant to be the 'Lion's Back' that leads up to its head, making it more like a lion. The three buildings in the center of the picture, were … Continue reading