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It's 29 days and counting before Joanie and I depart for our Route 66 trip.
We're putting together our hotel list and realising that the Exchange Rate sucks.
Tomorrow we are getting our international drivers licences. Whooohoooooo!
Come back soon.
... now with maybe only a hint of red on some of the keys. Hopefully it will survive the rest of the trip, but if the blogging drops off, you'll know why.
I basically just chilled out this evening. I watched a movie with the Australians, and helped the Zimbabwe guy repack his suitcases. Those of you who were hoping for stories of wild parties will just have to live with the disappointment. But the homey atmosphere at this hostel is really great, and I'll be sad to leave tomorrow.
... that had more fur on them than the rat living in our front yard.
We got home around 4pm via a very small taxi car that was filling my lungs with its exhaust leak. Meanwhile, he gave us the history of South Africa from a white Dutchman's perspective. He was a nice old man with some killer glasses.
In conclusion, I'm feeling unmotivated to be detailed about my blog but trust me, this weekend will definitely have some toppers.
Off to see Oma tomorrow!
... laundry and hang it all out in the various colours. So you see row after row of whites, blues, greens, pinks, purples, etc, all spotless and shiny in the sun. A visit to the Prince of Wales Museum built in a weird mixture of Gothic and Moorish architecture crowned with a white dome, had us viewing the ancient Indus Valley collection of artefacts, some dating as far back as 2000 BC! Plus a tour of the Natural History Society museum, which allowed us to see examples of ...
... spent 9 years on the island. He was so enthusiastic about sharing his story; it must be hard to work on the place that you were trapped on for so long. Ex prisoners and ex guards work and live together on the island now as a way of saying that there are no hard feelings and people are moving on. It’s really impressive.
Ive been working on a case this week where a man has been accused of Assault and Crimen Injuria (its kind of like a ...