During our overnight stay in Knysna, we met with two other Eastern Illinois University (EIU) students, who are residing in Knysna, doing their student teaching through the Consortium for Overseas Student Teaching (C.O.S.T.). They are Jordan Jones and Hilary J. Reynolds. Jordan is a Secondary Education Student Teacher and Hilary is an Elementary Education Student Teacher; both teaching at the same (private) school. Jordan is living in Knysna Heights and Hilary is living on the Heads. Jordan is from Salem, IL and Hillary is from Arlington Heights, IL. They both travel to Knysna from their hometowns and met in Atlanta during their flight to Knysna. Like us, they will be spending an entire semester in South Africa, but we will go home before Thanksgiving and they will go home after Thanksgiving.
We met Jordan and Hilary at Quay Four, which is one of the oldest restaurants on the V&A Waterfront and now a famous landmark. Quay Four has an elegant upstairs restaurant where the emphasis is on fresh seafood.
Jordan told us the thing that he has enjoyed the most during his visit where the views in Knysna and boy do they have views; check some of them out!!