The third reason why I love South Africa is the rich heritage that our country has. South Africa is a melting pot of different cultures and people. As this is a 5 minute post I cannot discuss it extensively here. I’ve written a few posts about South African heritage and you can find them here. For this post I’m going to list 5 of my favorite aspects of South African heritage:
- The diversity. Every culture has a different viewpoint and ideas. This is stimulating for good conversations.
- The colors. To see everyone in their traditional clothes is a treat.
- Heritage sites. There are many heritage sites. (I’ve blogged about some of them.) There is so much to learn and see.
- The food. South African food has a rich heritage. With influences from all continents.
- Our heritage is growing. The melting pot is still hot and new ideas and concepts are added every day. We have new visitors every day and each one adds his spice to the mix.
For the next few days I will focus on these points.
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Day 1: Wedding
Day 6: Why I love South Africa: Heritage sites Day 6
Day 7: Why I love South Africa: The open road Day 7
Day 8: Why I love South Africa: The food Day 8
Day 9: Why I love South Africa: So many places to visit: Cape Town Day 9
Day 10: Why I love South Africa: So many places to visit: Jozi Day 10
Day 11: Why I love South Africa: So many places to visit: Kruger National Park Day 11
Day 12: Why I love South Africa: So many places to visit: Kaapse Hoop Day 12
Day 13: Why I love South Africa: So many places to visit: Pilanesberg Day 13
Day 14: Why I love South Africa: So many places to visit: Eastern Cape Day 14
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