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... I had not cancelled anything. “You have no ticket number on your printout, there is no ticket.” My protestations did no good.
-You need to contact your travel agent” she told me. I said that I had no roaming in Madagascar and couldn’t use my phone.
-Could I use your phone?
-That is not allowed.
-Well, what are my other options?
-You can buy tickets for the flight and try to get reimbursed for the ...
... off and I could see the sands of Brighton beach and the Novotel below. I really am going to miss our beautiful city and my amazing family, but I also know this is the adventure of a lifetime, and although the thought of it all is still quite daunting, I am feeling much more relaxed now, and ready to enjoy and make the most of every moment, and as our lovely friend Anne said, be inspired by all the places we go and people we meet. Let the adventures begin!
... white boys can and will flirt with and date black girls. Is that a sign of hope?
In the Apartheid Museum, we saw a sign dating from the 1970s which declared this: CITY OF DURBAN: Under section 17 of city bylaws , this bathing area is reserved for the sole use of members of the white race group. A few days later, it just so happened that we were walking on that very beach in Durban, fronted by a modern and beautiful promenade ...
... over to the Rosebank Mall and went to the internet cafe. Unfortunately Mozambique is not very developed and I couldn't find a backpackers to book online. I called and emailed multiple hostels and just kept getting told that they would email a confirmation. Unfortunately it never came through before the noon deadlin (well it did at 1am the next morning)e. I went back to the embassy and there was nothing they could do for me. After being fed up ...
... br> We now have just 2 and a half weeks left before we leave and thoughts of home are pressing upon us. Whilst we have had an amazing experience and have been so blessed, we are looking
forward to getting back and setting up a new home. We have also really missed many (if not all) of our friends and we can’t wait to catch up with everyone – and meet a few new additions when we get back. ...