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... size my current shoes were. The purchase of any shoes, yet alone two pairs, was cause for much jubilation as shoes in size 13/14 are incredibly scarce. Thus we met up with Patsy at the arranged spot, outside the love chair, and headed home. It was here that I learnt of Hugo's purchase at the Plaza, a $4 pair of sunnies which had a Ray Ban label and which he thought to be good for his eyes. This purchase was following a $3 pair of sunnies he had bought earlier in the week. ...
Up about 6.30. Shower. Packed. Left just before 9 and went down the street for breakfast. Went to little french style cafe and had cup of tea and apple pastry, 40 Rand, wrote on bill 40 rand and gave 50 but no change!! Must be the norm. Went looking for bigger shopping centre, found small one with little shop of African jewellery but not that good. Looked like I was getting lost, female postie on bike gave me weird looks so I ...
... taking the vegetables from my hand.
One of my favourite places was Coffee Bay as it was very African and not Western like the previous places I had visited. As we drove through the countryside to reach the secluded hostel, I saw women carrying water and food on their heads, animals walking in the middle of the road, children walking miles from school and the houses were rondavels, circular houses which were smaller than probably most of ...
... generous and funny people. So many memories to reflect upon and stories to tell. I hope everyone enjoys this blog that took me ages to write. Please feel free to comment on photos. Do not comment on my spelling or grammar. My bucket list is now complete. Time to write a new bucket list for the next journey.
Arrival at Joburg airport and once again I managed to have 4 seats to myself for the long flight home
... to see downtown Johannesburg and also visit the street in Soweto where Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu lived. We quickly found ourselves joining a small group from New York and heading into the city. I was a bit nervous as we made our way into downtown. I had heard about the crime in the city and wasn't quite sure what to expect. It was a Sunday and the city was essentially deserted except for a large church where over 2000 people were in line ...