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... especially when he showed some video footage. One clip showed a cruise liner being thrown about in the sea, it was almost on it's side at one point, there was water all over the aft deck right to the top deck, not sure how the passengers were feeling. Another clip showed a freak was hitting a cruise liner it's height being about 26 metres high, imagine that. Also there was another story about a ghost ship which appears just about where we are now off the Cape of ...
... transmission vehicles on the road so we had to drive a stick shift. It was the first time Matt has driven a stick shift in probably 10 years so the first day was a little rough. :) They also gave us this tiny Chevy that isn't even sold in the US; Matt's head grazed the ceiling of the car whenever we were in it. I honestly didn't know if the car was going to survive 8 days of our jerky driving up and down all the hills ...
... bag was full, so one of her children emptied it for her. Her kids fed her, emptied her urine bag, and cleaned her up when she defecated. When we got to our next patient's house, we had to wait for a bit, so Megan and I joined in with two other kids who challenged us to a game of soccer in the street. We for sure won 1 to 0. Megan did slip and fall and cut her hand a little. I am pretty sure she is a goner. The patient ...
... was on the top of that boat, the breeze in my hair, the familiar smell of salt water blowing in my face, I felt happy. When I was (badly) singing Xhosa songs with our group at our Langa goodbye party. And then today when I was blowing bubbles with my host sister and mama into the cool breeze. I couldn’t help but question it, “But why wasn’t I always feeling this way?” “Didn’t I used to be almost ...
... to clear. We made it through all the hassle just in time and then had a two hour flight to Cape Town before waiting in another massive queue at Hertz to collect our rental car. Car acquired, we enjoy a leisurely drive to Hout Bay for lunch at Mariner’s Wharf. I never tire of the sights of Cape Town and surrounds. It truly is a special part of the world!
Bellies full, we take a ...
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