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4: Old Dutch Bank
6: Café Riche
7: Palace of Justice
8: Old Reserve Bank and Old Old Mutual Building
9: Ons Eerste Volksbank
... had to hold up as the background was the brick wall of the building, informed 'no smiling'. R50 later and a very chuffed photographer as he kept on saying how nice his polaroid photo turned out, cut the four photos, left them to dry, and cut an envelope to make two little sleeves.Placed 2 photos in each sleeve and off I went back past the many photographers and then the security scans. Got to the lady and found that my photos weren't dry and had stuck together. ...
... a giant house cat. It was an amazing experience and we both felt really lucky to have done it.
Afterwards the keeper asked us if we wanted to stroke the cheetah. I was really nervous and decided to watch some French tourists do it first before we considered it. After none of the French were eaten, Chris and I went in. Eddie is an 8 year old cheetah which has been raised in captivity. The keeper told us that cheetahs can be domesticated but not ...
... in the roof right down onto the cenotaph, the heart of this place. Before heading home to collect our things, we had lunch at Nandos, as I had been told by South African’s in NZ that it’s much better over here. Still just as tasty, but it didn’t seem to be as spicy as back home.
Pierre’s little Chinese bubble of a car managed better than I thought with our load of luggage. Withdrawal from the Lombard residence saddened me as we made our way to ...
Each day we think we're nearer to getting the van fixed but each day something else crops up and puts us back by a day. Not from lack of effort, mind. As I write this, chauffeur, fixer, mechanic and all-round top bloke, Neville, is hand-making a gaskett for the new engine for the van. Impressive stuff. However, it means that planning activities to do is practically imposssible, but we've managed to do a few tourist things.