HOME SWEET HOME!!!!! Cape Town that is, I know I'm writing this 18 days later than the entry date, but I ignored my journal entries cuz I've been real lazy. But coming back to AVIVA from Namibia really did feel like home, although the sand dunes were killer, home is home and I was stoked to be there, even without a bed. Of course we celebrated, especially since it was Nat's last night, disappointingly, our efforts to have her extend her stay again failed. We headed out to Long Street ending up at Zula's, seemed to be the Long Street water hole. It was another good night, can't seem to remember much of it, but I do remember having a good time, and I think Ian and I made an impression on the new volunteers who arrived during our trip. The next day was of course recovery day, but we also had planned to see SnnnnnooooooPPPPPPP! The largest all black concert, all the artists were black. It was a 12 hours concert, with local artists beginning the concert and international acts like Mario, Pharrell, Sean Paul, and Snoop Doggy Dooogggg-ooooogggg. Rihanna was suppose to be in the mix but she cancelled, that b****. We didn't have tix to the concert, but it wasn't sold out so we weren't worried. The thing was, Golden Circle tickets were sold out, so were sure to get nosebleed tickets but when we bought our tickets, they just released some more GC tix and that's arriving 6 hours into the concert. We skipped everyone except Pharrell, Sean Paul, and Snoop. Personally, Snoop was amazing, Pharrell was cool live, but Sean Paul was disappointing. Although producing great music to dance to, he lacked stage performance doing the same moves over and over again. Snoop was smokin' chronic and was wearing this one piece cow patch suit which only he could pull off, that's the Doggfather. Afterwards, Jen and I walked aimlessly trying to catch a taxi, but couldn't find any till we walked down this sketchy street, luckily we found a cab in time to avoid being mugged and met up with friends. We also visited Brennan's new pad, and his housemates. Jen and I planned to go on the Baz Bus the next day, but Hannah convinced us to stay another day to celebrate her last day with AVIVA. The longest serving member of AVIVA, eight months, was expecting her father to arrive the next day to visit the city/orphanage. I think you all get the idea of what we were doing. I think I bunched the pictures of all these nights with other nights in Off-Shifts, I couldn't separate the pics cuz I forgot which one belonged where, but Han's last night was a good one. Everyone stepped up.