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South Africa Tag

Travel Postcards / 15.09.2013

Colorful and neat, Cape Town Waterfront was one of my favorite places in town. I liked strolling around, having a drink in one of the bars overlooking the harbour and the boats, watching and listening to the people playing music and dancing in the streets. As the light changes during the day, so do the colors of...

Travel Musings / 10.09.2013

Protests in Egypt, violence and criminality in Venezuela, nuclear contamination in Japan, sexual assaults in India and Brazil, conflicts in many Muslim countries, war in Syria, Iraq and so on. [caption id="attachment_15856" align="alignnone" width="600"] Jornada del Paro Nacional del 26 de Junio, convocado por estudiantes, mineros y portuarios - 26 de Junio del 2013. Santiago, Chile....

Travel Postcards / 07.07.2013

Easy to reach, at about half an hour from the Victoria & Albert Waterfront, Camps Bay is an affluent neighbourhood  in a beautiful setting: a white sand beach fringed by a few palm trees and on the opposite side, as a backdrop, the Table Mountain and the Twelve Apostles. When I was in Cape Town, I liked spending a...