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... we moved out if the way. Taylor and Megan did some therapy stuff with him and he was really into it! He seemed very engaged which was very cool to see. Our second patient was a HIV positive patient who had just gotten out of the hospital. She has had HIV for about 15 years. She had to take 8 pills in the morning and 3 pills at night!
Our third patient was an Alzheimer's patient who was pretty far gone... She is 79 years old but ...
... sang some hymns and the national anthem. Another official goal for myself is to learn the South African National Anthem while I am here. This is a bigger feat than one might imagine because it has 5 of South Africa’s 11 official languages in it! English, !Xhosa, Zulu, Afrikaans, and Sesotho:
Nkosi sikelel' iAfrika
Maluphakanyisw' uphondo lwayo,
Yizwa imithandazo yethu,
Nkosi sikelela, thina lusapho ...
... for a drink near Green Market Square. Eventually we made our way back towards the waterfront for dinner. We registered a complaint at the restaurant we attended last night, and then headed down the wharf for dinner at Sevruga. This was delicious, Kingklip fish, lamb neck, tasty wine and choc sundaes for desert. I left, hardly able to move under my own power from being so full! We arranged a lift home, crashing around ...
... pretty dead because it was a business area and mostly closed on a Sunday, so I decided to head back to Observatory. I stopped at the local Pic 'n Pay to pick up a converter (my universal converter apparently doesn't have South Africa plugs), some Digestives (my favorite international travel snack!), and some yoghurt for breakfast. I just had dinner at one of the restaurants on the main road a little bit ago. It was really nice having my first real meal and not ...
... going, the sound of the refrigerator running the night, so sound of people in the apartment next store watching TV, the light coming in the window from the front porch security light.
And so the adventure begins, the World Veterinary Congress in one of the greatest and most beautiful cities in the world. Sorry there are no pictures with this blog, but I forgot to bring my camera with me to Cape Town (DUHHH!). At least that way it can’t get stolen! ...
Other places to stay in Durbanville
8 Uitsig Cresent, Durbanville | Hotelfrom $104
14 Langeberg Rd, Durbanville | 4 star hotelfrom $91
9 De Villiers Drive, Durbanville | Hotelfrom $120
29 High (Hoog) St., Durbanville | Hotelfrom $80