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... and privacy. Then we left but it made me realise that you do not need things to live happily. All you need is love and peace to live happily ever after. And now you know that if you say something rude and self-centred about how your life sucks in front of me you may get a slap upside the head from me. Unless you are being sarcastic but still. No need be frightened. Anyway that' s the important events of today.
- Faith ...
They flew to Mahajanga last night, then had to stay overnight in a small hotel, as it was too late to drive (by truck) to their camp in Mahamavo.
This morning Connor sent us an sms: "it's warm and the hotel was disgusting. Foot stains on the bed, the shower was probably full of gangrene and it smells so gross. Can you send me some airtime"
Interesting contrasts in that little sms... (smelly hotel and a request for ...
... Of course me and my bum wouldn't recommend seeing it by bike though, turns out to see those mountain ranges and valleys you need to ride up some bloody big hills. Holy gamolly did my bum hurt by the end of the day, oh and the beginning of the day and also all of the next day. Didn't help either that we when we finally got to the top of the biggest hill in the world that would never end that the winery/restaurant of choice would not serve us as they were closing soon (it was ...
... the island today but the wether was terrible and it was closed. I found the city sightseeing bus (hop on hop off) it does all the major attractions in Cape Town. Stopped at the Nelson Mandela museum amazing, the gold museum, and the Two Oceans Aquarium( not so good). Finished the day with a walk around the harbour. Had a snooze at the hotel before meeting the group I will ...
... the first woman we went to see who we thought looked to be on her death bed died about 3 hours after we left.
After our half day at Manenberg, we found out that we would not in fact be going to the mobile clinic because it was closed due to danger associated with the bus strike. We will try to do that and the rehab center next week. Instead we went to a slavery museum in Cape Town called Iziko Museum. Not bad I suppose as far as museums go.