Author: Hans M. Hirschi

A Visit in 27th Century Cape Town | In the Spotlight Guest Post

A Visit in 27th Century Cape Town | In the Spotlight Guest Post

A Visit in 27th Century Cape Town by Hans M. Hirschi   Nobody’s seen Willem of the Tafel since he left town a few years ago, setting sails toward the great unknown. I just arrived on a ship last night and now I’m walking through this amazing town. This is my first visit to Cape Town. I’ve heard a lot about this city, from friends and people I have met through work. I’m a bit of a time traveler, you see, my origins are in what is considered the 20th century in the old way to count. To be here now, in Cape Town of approximately 450 A.W. (after the Great War) I hear Abeni was recently re-elected as the council leader, marking her second term. And the South Africans are looking at introducing a new constitution. I just hope they get it right this time. What good does paper do, it is quite patient, if you don’t follow the rules you put down on it? I walk around in the new part of Cape Town, down by the old harbor and marvel at what the people of the Tafel have accomplished in such a short time. It’s all relative, […]

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