Cape Town + Robben Island – Final pics

What I liked the most about Cape Town was the African art, the Congolese live music, being by the water; as well as, the cool African people I met in Obz. What I disliked was the predominant European influences that had me really confused as to where I was sometimes. If I were to try …

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Day 4, Soweto gave me life!

On January 8th, it was the ANC political party, 105th anniversary, of the liberation movement. There was a ceremony held at the Orlando Stadium, that we didn't make it to, but we made it for the festivities after. The streets of Soweto were packed! As soon as I got out of the car the vibe …

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Joburg, Day 3 — Things started getting heavy.

At this point in my trip i was beginning to adjust to my surroundings but yet seeing things that were agitating my mind. In regards to South Africa's history I think it's very important to come and see for yourself versus going based on what we've been sold in the media about the struggle. The …

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Joburg, Day 2 – Art +Family

Day 2, I ventured out on my own, downtown Joburg, to visit two galleries. One gallery turned out to be closed without notice. Nonetheless, I was glad to have at least been able to visit one. I also met up with my cousin for lunch and then he took me around to his old neighbourhood …

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Hong Kong + Day 1 in Joburg

Bless my heart for actually thinking that I'd be able to share all the pics from my trip at once. Lol! Sooo I'll be sharing 1 or 2 days at a time. First up is my 12 hour layover in Hong Kong where i visited the Giant Buddha on Lantau Island. It was the perfect …

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