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... an appointment through their surgery and so will have to see out another solution. It’s rather uncomfortable to watch someone take a scalpel to your fiance’s throat, even if she is trained to handle such a weapon.
Back at home, once Mieka was back from school, we watched a cake-off (Cake Boss or something like that) show and enjoyed rooibos and peanut butter and honey on toast. Comfort food. We spent some time sorting files and ...
... I met along the way. I have made memories I will treasure for a lifetime and I look forward to returning again one day. I'm including some photos in this post from previous days. I did not include the cheetah photos in my update from The Garden Route Game Lodge, so here they are along with some others. I have truly enjoyed sharing my stories with you and hope I have kept your attention. Thanks for reading! Happy Travels!!
... for sure) and require such massive adjustments that they can not be easily fixed overnight. I get it now. I don't know that I accept it, but I get it.
What I don't get, however, are the smaller red flags that I have begun to notice in the environment around me:
1. Racial categorization is not over, and though it is by no means enforced or even dominant, I have noticed that the students I see walking around on campus do prefer to ...
... the rules are at the time you want to buy a car as they seem to change all the time.
Finally we were able to fill up the car with all the stuff that belongs to it, which is a massive amount of stuff (Thank you Anna and Jeroen) and drive back to where we unofficially stay. The car isn't in our name but it is ours and we are ready to hit the road with it tomorrow. It looks great and we already feel the that we'll make a great trio. Let the journey begin !
... little desk.
I have seen some of them in Cape Town.
I thought that they were selling cheap telephone handsets first, but it is actually a place to make phone calls because many people do not have telephones at home.
Anyway I was little bit intimated by the atmosphere first but once you start talking to them, they are really nice and friendly.
Daniel started taking portrait pictures of local people on the street but they were very happy ...