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... a little closer, but leaving the vehicle in Kruger is a big no no. The wild animals pay no attention to vehicles, but a human walking is a different story. Finally another car arrived and Rich pointed out the Leopard to them, and like me, it took them forever to find it. When they did they gasped and jumped in their seats. They had camera's with zoom lenses big enough to see dust on the moon, so I handed them my business card and asked if they would email ...
... said our farewells. We were off by 8 in our rental car to drive the 250 kilometres to Port Elizabeth. With amazing bridges, we crossed several deep gorges, carved by rivers over the centuries. At the Port Elizabeth airport, the attendant worried about our luggage and zap strapped all the zippers together to foil thievery. We caught our reserved one hour flight to Durban and met Leslie in the arrivals area, a vibrant 90 year ...
Had the most incredibly productive and also fun day at Lily so far. Started off the morning with another community visit to Sankontsche and Mophela seeing 11 patients in total. For those of you non pharmacists. Or non Lily people I'd probably skip this first paragraph...... We went around with the nurses and home based carers and did medicine reviews with the patients. We managed to identify loads of really important interventions and ways ...
... along the boardwalk and they were playing drums and singing the whole way. I liked that a lot more than the constant sound of vuvuzelas. At this game we were on the top level but still had a good view of the field. Before the teams came out onto the field, the top level of the stadium on our side pushed a sheet with different people’s faces on it down the stands over all of ...
We arrived in Durban which was working hard to improve infrastructure for the world cup. It was building an impressive football stadium.
We traveled inland seeing the large shanty towns. We also saw the affordable starter homes project which was admirable but as it was explained many people moving into them built a shanty home attached to them which they then rented out. ...