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... of the old photo albums so we could look back at the family pics of Mikey’s Granny and Grandad, Louise and David’s wedding, and Mikey’s first trip back here in 1988. It’s amazing how much he still remembers of this trip, even though it was 25 years ago. Some places and activities obviously made a lasting impression on the 10 year old Mikey, and it was lovely reminiscing about the old days as we looked through the photos, whilst also making new memories this time ...
... the kids liked seeing us confused). That was a lot of fun too.
I was quiet a lot during the day because I didn't know what to do at all. But I'm really excited to continue working at Manenberg and playing with all the children :)
Sepo picked us up after a couple hours and we made our way back home. Today was such a busy day so I was exhausted. I went to the grocery store to get some food and just relaxed the rest of the night.
What a great first day of work!
... tip of Africa, because it was once believed to be the dividing point between the Atlantic and Indian Oceans. In fact, the southernmost point is Cape Agulhas, about 150 kilometres (90 ...
... up chatting with the whole family for a while. It was an honestly good time. We were offered some red soda to drink and a cookie, which we took graciously. I am not a big soda drinker, but I did not want to be rude and turn it down. Their hospitality was tremendously appreciated, along with their willingness to to help. Our final patient was a 36 year old male, who had been hit by a car when he was 8 years old. He had limited mobility in his elbow and knee ...
... intimidating and prevented initial progress beyond a confused jog. The fantastic camaraderie and the general
excitement built up quite quickly though and after several daunting climbs through some of the most beautiful neighbourhoods and the scenic Constantia Hills, I reached the finish line 2 hours 17 minutes later.
That left three days to relax and enjoy Cape Town and as usual, the beautiful Mother City still had a few pleasant surprises to reveal to me. A good ...
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