I finished my second shift at the orphanage. Things to update.... Well, for starters, on Saturday, a talent show was held in the lounge which the volunteers initially thought would fall through since none of them talked about doing something. But to our amaze. most of the kids did something, and it was really funny. A bunch of the little boys dressed up as girls in fairy-like dresses starring in plays, singing, and dancing. There were some serious drama, tons of dancing, and lots of laughs. The kids are great. I visited Green Point Market, which is the huge market for local arts and crafts. I bought a few things, and got to see what the fuss was about. I liked it, people are really friendly and you get a tribal taste of South Africa. What you notice there though is the amount of people especially kids begging for money, and once you give it to one of them, the kids tell others so more come your way. On another note, after the talent show, Ian and I decided to travel to the local beer shop, about 30 metres from our place. It was dark, and we thought it'd be ok to travel on our own. But "Big Boi", a local, joined us and we're lucky he did. Think of this, we're the only white and asian guy in a township entirely black, where some people have never seen a white person let alone an asian. So, on the way to the store, we ran into a group of like 7 big guys and Ian and I were thinking that we'd get mugged. But Boi Boi talked to them and things were cool. First incidence of getting mugged. It doesn't end there, Ian, Ben, another local, and I were having a beer on the balcony at our place when 2 guys step out of a Beemer coming towards us. I thought it was fishy that someone would be driving a BMW in the neighbourhood, I guess I was write. Ben quickly told us to get in. We were talking about it afterwards, and Ben told us that they were probably gangsters. He also told us that they wanted to talk to us, and chances are that we'd get shot and robbed. That's almost getting mugged twice and shot once on my birthday, you could say that it was exciting.