Judah Square. The Murals.

KnysnaOyster Festival. –  As I mentioned in my Oyster Festival post, I was lucky enough to take a tour of Judah Square, South Africa’s largest Rastafari community, whilst in Knysna.

I took a guided tour with community guide Dawie Afrikaner, or Brother Zebulon as he is known. He brought to life the philosophy, history and religious practice of this peaceful place with his animated stories, even teaching me to do a fist-to-chest Irie greeting. We spoke of elective vegetarianism and walked through the murals that line the wall.

The desire for ‘One Love’, peace and respect was strong. Something I can identify with. A very special experience.

Judah Square. Part 1. – A look at the wall murals.

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