|Lion's Head (background) and Cape Town (below)|
shot by Paul Cook from Table Mountain
|View of Cape Town from Lion's Head|
|A shark at the aquarium|
at the V&A Waterfront
Talking about the small things getting to you. I also don't like how when I hitchhiked here, people look at you like your crazy. I still got picked up, and the guy said, "Man! You're crazy. Nobody will pick you up."
"Consider yourself lucky and get yourself a taxi next time."
"Because, no one will trust you. Everyone thinks everyone else is a criminal."
hitchhiking passenger killed a driver recently. Not good. Like I said, it appears that the social fabric of trust in South Africa
|The Butcher by Jane Alexander|
Featured in the National Gallery
(These are the creatures Apartheid created.)
On the theme of investments, there was a day I learned about diamonds at the museum. It was so commercial, I won't even bother telling you which diamond museum I went to. Did you
|Cartoon at the National Gallery|
Doesn't it remind you of Baldwin Park too and
their refusal to give up records?
artificial diamonds and putting them into their trade?"
She said, "They wouldn't do that."
Nothing was said after that.
|Sunset of Cape Town from Table Mountain|
Not good at all. It appears that accountability and prosecution of government officials and administrators is a global problem. I'm convinced we've come to a point in time, where, we as a human race need to figure out how to prosecute those who govern us. Currently, South Africa has shown me that the checks and balance system is clearly not working but hasn't shown me how to make it work.