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!Khwa Ttu — 24 Comments

  1. Tandy – what a great post. I found it fascinating. The meal sound delicious but the whole story of the San people, the walk around the facility, training to develop capability etc. One day when I am back in Sth Africa, I’d love to visit this facility. Thanks for sharing your experiences.

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    • Thank you for reading, and hope you do get to visit again 🙂

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  2. What an amazing place to visit and learn about their culture and customs. Lunch looks delicious.
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    • The lunch was amazing 🙂

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  3. Thanks for the post! It was very interesting! Lovely pictures!

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    • So glad you enjoyed reading it Marcela 🙂

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  4. A really interesting post – Tandy – love hearing about projects such as this which are teaching the native people of the area how to teach others about their culture.
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    • It is such an interesting place Rachel 🙂

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  5. Wow Tandy! What an experience. Thanks for showing me a side of life with amazing pictures that I would never ordinarily get to see. Speaking 13 different languages amazes me. And while all the food looks absolutely stellar, it’s the chocolate mousse I’m drooling over. That wild mint looks so good! I wonder how you’ll use it, some creative way I’m sure.

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    • I was hoping to be able to buy some wild mint but that does not look possible at the moment 🙂

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  6. Loved reading about the San people, Tandy. So fascinated by their customs – especially the shooting of the arrow by males at a girl they fancy! And what a spread this was!

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    • I loved that story Shashi 🙂

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  7. Seriously cool post, loved to read about this learning facility and to learn about the San. And great to boot. Not so sure about the shooting a small arrow at the young lady they fancied part lol.

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    • I think it would have been OK as long as it did not pierce the skin 🙂

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  8. Tandy did you really say you represent the English speaking people? LOL. I loved that line. But I absolutely loved viewing your photos and their art. Simply beautiful.

    Kia / KTS
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    • Yes, I actually said that! Some people there represented the Afrikaans speaking people, and others the Zulu’s. It was so interesting 🙂

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  9. What a cool place Tandy! Looks like you had a fab time!

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    • It was so interesting Lucie 🙂

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  10. What a cool and interesting experience! The food that Jane prepared looks like it was amazing.

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    • The food was really good Pam 🙂

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  11. What a fantastic place and an incredible experience for those who participate and those who visit!

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    • Absolutely!

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  12. Limoncello with biscotti sounds intriguing, Tandy. Lovely post!

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    • It is very typically Italian 🙂

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