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... people, models and body builders ans a nude beach. The bus doesn't stop in Clifton.
Kitty and I tried to go to the top of Table Mountain the first full day we were here.There are 2 gondolas that hold 50 to 75 people each and they function like a funicular in that the one coming down pulls the one going up.The gondolas are round and the floor rotates during the journey to enhance the viewing. When it is windy ...
... I couldn't take Advil on an empty stomach.
I felt better about half way to the hotel. Since I couldn't fall asleep and the fact that I was hungry, I knocked down three granola bars and then took two Advils. I felt like a new man in an hour. Since I was running low on Halls, Tina and I took a quick shuttle to the mall and got some meds. We made it back to the shuttle ...
... what would be the best day hike to see the park and its beauty. The receptionist directed us to a 14 km hike that took us up a river gorge and to a view of the Tugela waterfall, which is the second tallest waterfall in the world. The view from the hike was quite distant from the falls and it was cloudy, so we didn’t have a great view of the waterfall, but overall the hike was very nice. We returned to the hostel by late afternoon, cooked some ...
... groceries delivered to the apartment we organised online from Oz, then headed off on a drive around town.
Brad took us to Athlone where he grew up. The kids were entranced by the playground he played on as a child. The equipment is still the same and did show the ravages of time, it must be at least 45 years old. He was even able to show us where he got the scar on his knee where he fell off the whizzy dizzy. We saw his old house and ...
Day 36 As the volunteers all ran out to project, me and the other new volunteers got to sit back and relax for a little bit until our induction began. We spent the morning learning all about policies, procedures, what situations we might be put into, how to handle them, HIV and the apartheid. It lasted 3 hours, but I learnt a lot and it prepared me for what was coming next! Everyone had ...