Video: First Day in Cape Town – Fezeka High School

Fezeka High School Video by Devin Kumar

8 thoughts on “First Day in Cape Town – Fezeka High School”

  1. Thank you all so much for so generously sharing your experiences with us. You have me anxiously awaiting 3pm PST (seems to be the time posts come on) to check the blog. Today I read with such pride, joy and sadness but most of all I can’t help but notice how amazingly happy and engaged you all look.

    Love to you all,

  2. Awesome! You all look SO joyful and engaged! Love traveling with you vicariously. Keep the words, photos and videos coming!

  3. How wonderful to see your smiling faces on the video!! Felt like I was right there with you!! Much love!!

  4. I have been brought to tear’s while reading of your experience’s. Thank you all for allowing us to be a part of this miracle. I am moved & excited by what is possible for each and every one of you out of this experience. THANK YOU once again SN for making this happen.
    Tamara G

  5. You all are somehow revealing what is in your hearts by using words and pictures. I’m learning through your experiences. The beauty and the suffering and the positive outlooks and the desperate conditions and the joy all come through in your daily entries. Thank you for reaching us so deeply.


  6. I just want to wish my girl a very happy birthday!

    I love you, I miss you and I’m very proud of you. I can’t wait to hear all about your trip.
    Thank you all for doing such a great job sharing your experiences with us. With each post, there are many questions I would love to ask. They’ll just have to wait till our class get together in July. KEEP ON WRITING! We love reading what you have to say.
    Each of you please give Kellyn a hug from me for her B-day & whisper “This is from your mom” that’ll make her smile :O)

  7. I nearly cried when I watched this video! I would give anything to be back in South Africa, surrounded by the beautiful, inspiring people that you guys have the privilege of meeting. I am so happy to see you guys engaging with the students, sharing stories, and exploring their environment despite how unfamiliar and even brutal the conditions are– this experience will most definitely have a greater impact on you than you may think, i can promise you that.
    Take it in!


    And happy birthday Kellyn! Love you, girl!

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