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We flew nonstop from Atlanta to Johannesburg, South Africa, a mere 16 hour trip. The next day we drove 5 hours northwest of Johannesburg to the Madikwe Game Reserve, staying at the Impodimo Game Lodge. We arrived in time for lunch and then a game drive from 4-7 pm. Each day we were up at 5 am to begin our 6 am game drives. We returned about 9-10 am, had breakfast, and then did a second game drive at 3:30 ...
... virtually his entire life.
JP's physical appearence is very much what you would image someone who is habitually homeless would be, he was dirty; stained clothes and greasy hair. He also had very poor dental hygiene with gross carious lesions visible on most of his anterior dentition which looked under-developed, without doing a full clinical exam, I wouldn't be able to tell you whether it was due to a combination of errs in formative processes and ...
... hikes that would follow throughout the week.
... using one of the port-o-potties that serve 25 - 50 families, which are cleaned only twice a week; sweeping out the dirt floors of their homes; talking with one another, and watching us, some of the many tourist visitors. All four of the Goodners were immeasurably uncomfortable (as I believe were most of the other visitors) in the first 15 - 30 minutes of our "tour." Sam Jackson (the most sensitive member of our family) was probably the most visibly unsure ...
... it was only a temporary exhibition commemorating Mandela´s recent death (December 5, 2013). The exhibition was mainly focused on the release of Nelson Mandela after 27 years of imprisonment which led to the final negotiations for peace.
The museum also provided plenty of pictures helping us better understand and imagine the life of “non-whites” during the Apartheid Era. That part was really heartbreaking!
Before we left the museum we had a ...