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... that you might not care about. My hope is that I can easily put these journal entries into a Shutterfly book (or something) and make a book of our trip. Therefore, I want to remember many details, so Luke can recall everything years down the road. :-)
Thursday, March 13, 2014
Our flight to Amsterdam (and then onto to Johannesburg, South Africa) was uneventful. I slept a lot. Erick and Luke slept some. We watched movies. We ...
... my stuff, no money, that's ok, just look. Well I look and he has really lovely art work of an African elephant. I go back to car to get a few more notes... And buy it.. with you guess it someone else wanting to take you to their shop again they have lovely stuff but this time I had to walk away. To be greeted by a man selling gold bracelet and rings from a small box.. He was very funny and accept fact didn't want to buy and got in car and drove ...
... www.therose.co.za/ . My room had a little aperitif crystal bottle of sherry. I am very happy that I no longer have to lose my mind in such a boring place as the hospital, and hope I can get back to Zambia by Saturday.
At the guest house, there are other PCVs with various injuries and diseases. One from Mali, two from Botswana, one from Malawi, and me. It's great talking with them about similarities and differences, and now ...
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 ...
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 - ...