|The Twelve Apostles towering over Clifton and Camps Bay|
|A castle built outside of Hout Bay|
|Housemates Mandolin and Sachi looking fierce|
|The road is sometimes carved into and under the mountains along the coast (without pillar supports)|
|Some people are hired to sit with binoculars and shark-spot for local surfers. There is a whole system for the flags.|
The work done there to keep local youths out of gangs is incredibly inspiring. The generous spirit of these people has continued with us ever since.
Our buses then continued South into the park for the Cape of Good Hope and Cape Point. There, we stood at the Southwestern-most point on the African Continent (there is another point that is slightly southier). The protea and plantlife were mystifying, although I was not able to get out to really enjoy them. We spotted ostrich and antelope from the bus. Despite the cautions, we did not get to see any baboons.
|With housemate Paarth and fellow student Aiden|
|Housemates Alicia, Prianka, Jo, and fellow student Victoria|
|Monkey overlooks Cape of Good Hope|
|Monkey with Cape Point|
|While we did not see any baboons, we did take a monkey break|
After the day of dramatic views, good fellowship, amazing food, and inspiring works, we loaded on the bus for the ride back to Cape Town. A truly awesome day. The next day orientation begins in earnest.