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... I will miss Laura and Glenda, they are proper fun and are always up for a laugh. Can't believe we thought they were lesbians!! Martyn was a total prick tonight, telling me that Jess will sack me off as soon as we get to Cape Town and that she is not interested in me at all and I'm oblivious to it, he thinks that I should stop spending all my time with her and see him more, he's off his head, me and Jess have never got on better and I'm not going to do anything to ruin it. ...
It is a linguist's paradise here. There are 11 official languages (English, Afrikaans, and 9 tribal languages). Our first driver, Mmesi, spoke 10 (he said he struggles with the final one, which involves throat clicks) and it was fascinating to hear him switch depending on who he was interacting with. We have gotten caught up in a few soap operas (Scandal! and Generations), and the code switching is interesting in that it is just not ...
... and hundreds of them, what an amazing sight. Our on site dolphin trainer Sian as you could imagine was pretty excited by this spectacle and we all sat in awe at thinking how lucky we were to see it and we'd probably never see it again. One of the greatest sights in Cape Town of course is Table Mountain. Pito, Trine and I enjoyed the cable car ride up to the top on a perfectly clear Easter Sunday, and gee, isn't the view amazing. Words can't describe it but it really ...
Change of plan: we decided to spend two nights in Cape Town in Camps Bay on the Atlantic beaches. After visiting a couple of wineries and doing some wine tasting we drove to the Atlantic Bay guest house where we discovered a fantastic view on the ocean from patio. After a nice walk on the beach at sunset with great pictures we headed back tour guest house for a sunset drink before going for ...
... We began to examine her for bed sores on her back side. We did not find bed sores, but we did find legs! She had complete atrophy in both of her legs. They were very small and she just kept them tucked under her belly fat. We also found out that there were 8 people living in her little home, none of which were working.
The next patient to check on was Absolom. He was 76 years old. He was pretty self sufficient. He walks with a walker. He complained of ...
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