Nowhere have boundaries seemed more present, at least in our limited travels through the world, than in the town of Soweto, South Africa. As we rode in a van with our guide on a Sunday afternoon in Soweto searching for the Nelson Mandela National Museum (better known as the Mandela House), we couldn’t help but notice that almost all dwellings on the side streets had high fences or walls — for protection and privacy, we presume.
We also saw an area of tin roof homes bounded by green toilets and fences where laundry dried in the South African sun. But we knew our boundaries and stayed in the van while the driver made a U-turn.
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