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... could do or how I might be able to help. During my travels I was able to identify an opportunity to support a community library in the Aberdare region of Kenya - for me this has been the most fulfilling activity that I have completed in the past year. Being able to help young people learn and develop gives me a great sense of pride. Next year I plan to return on several more occasions to help teach English in the local school.
... small brewery so we partook once again with our lunch. Then we drove over the dam wall which strangely has a replica of the Arc de Triumphe that was donated by the French government!
Once we arrived at their house it was a quick change into our swimming costumes so we could fully enjoy the swimming pool and jacuzzi. I spent most of the time playing with the kids while George ...
Yesterday we said goodbye to our dear friends John and Julia who visited us from Wellington.
It was fantastic to see them and to receive our groceries from home. No sooner had they arrived, we had them repacking for the game reserve at Madikwe. We drove there in record time (apparently) so had to wait a while in Zeerust a pretty basic town which seemed to have most people queuing outside banks the entire time we were there. After a coffee ...
Finally, after months of building excitement (mixed with exam despair), its almost time to depart and with two days left in SA I thought I'd put up my first entry.
My bags are not yet packed but otherwise I'm all ready to leave... I can't wait!
I am going to make an attempt at keeping this blog more or less up-to-date, so, if you keen to follow, please do.
Today was Madiba’s (Nelson Mandela’s 92nd birthday and our first full day in Pretoria. We went to the Apartheid Museum (http://www.apartheidmuseum.org/) and saw the permanent exhibition as well as a special exhibit on Mandela. It is oddly located near Gold Reef City which is an amusement park that was open during apartheid. When you enter the museum you enter through one of two entrances - whites or non-whites - ...