Claires Of Sandton
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Landed at around 3:00pm in Sth Africa. Got visa signed and waited with Grant at the vodacom store for SIM cards and recharges. Called our taxi (Gino) and took about 35 min to head to the apartments. Got a call from Steve and he took Ash, Grant and myself to the casino for dinner. Saw a police officer walking through the casino restaurant area with an AK-47! Like wow Stayed there till 10:00pm after winning on pokies and lots of ...
... the crowd parts and I see the picture taken just 9 months after I was born. Poor Hector one of the first children shot at the uprising and the first to die is right in front of me and behind me a large school group is singing and chanting ANC with mini flags moving side to side around the pool of tears. I am more than overcome with emotions and tears begin to fall. I feel the pain of the parents of this boy and the others ...
... 8221; . The only proper use of that word would have been that the very tolerant Dutch nation set itself miles apart from the “apartheid” policies of their political counterparts.
This afternoon we drove to the “Apartheids Museum” which took about 2 hours to get through the timeline from the 1800 until recent years. It made me feel ashamed that I was able to ...
... mostly had small digital cameras so distant shots were impossible. I asked the Chinese man if he could email me some of the photos. He agreed to do this and I was very grateful.
On arrival back to camp I wandered off to see the orphaned cubs and the baby giraffe. The giraffe was harmless but one of the cubs did have a snap at me. They might look cute but are ...
... to just look around the shop which was much nicer. When there is someone looking over my shoulder showing me stuff constantly I am much less likely to part with my kwacha! There was one stall which had the best paintings I had seen so far in Zambia so after weighing up whether I liked it enough to carry it around South Africa with me (no it definitely doesn't fit in my bag) I ended up buying it for 100 kwacha or about £12 - bargain! Just got to remember not to leave ...