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... a red City Year jacket. He was a CY South Africa corp member alum who is now working with Thulani. We then moved onto the KYP center which was a converted Catholic Church. On our walk to KYP I couldn't help notice how friendly everyone was. There was definitely a strong sense of community within Kilptown. In the states we value our social standing by where we live what we drive and where our kids go to school. If you strip all that away what we are left with is ...
... Sydney at 10.15. Only 11,243 km (12.5 hours to go!!). Plane half empty. Spare seat between myself and a guy who turned out to be a park ranger from Tanzania (originally from South Africa). Watched "Tracks" Australian movie about Robyn Davidson's 1,700 mile trek across dessert terrain of Western Australia. Then Hunger Games (part 2) and Atonement. Such a long flight, forgot how long ...
... the South African Prime Minister. At Irene we were in a queue of traffic with sellers trying to sell us all sorts of rubbish, sunglasses, rubber rings etc. I ignored them then one of the sellers started pointing at my front tyre. Jackie told me to open the window, but it didn't feel right so I drove off with 2 of the sellers chasing us down the road. We arrived at Jan Smuts house and checked the car but couldn't find anything wrong. We ...
... sides of the highways were filled with little shacks and garbage piles. Very sad sight. I checked into the hotel that I will be staying in for the night and just relaxed. I sat outside for a little bit, but the wind made it impossible to sit for more than a few minutes. I watched 2 rugby games and caught up on some sleep. Tomorrow morning I am meeting up with my volunteer organization, African Impact, and will be taken to a neighboring town for a week to ...
... photos for a good 30 mins. We headed to lunch ate a bit and went to our new room that has a better view of the river and a view of the bridge so we can see when monkeys attempt to cross. We did the right thing by moving. We then walked across the wobbly bridge to meet Helen and Peter. They kindly offered to drive us to reception, they also wanted to look at souveniers. Peter owns the brand new Audi, pretty nice inside. We browsed the little shop and aunty Jo ended ...