FernIvy Guest House
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... the UK - what I do enjoy when I go back is visits to certain places and seeing certain friends and ex-colleagues. I also think that the UK is the best place in the world for good birthday, Christmas and greeting cards. You also cannot beat fish and chips in the UK and in my last visit I reacquainted myself with some foods from my mis-spent youth! I used to eat lunch in the pub often and my two favorite toasted sandwiches were corned ...
... did not follow any guideline laid down by the guidebooks. It was guided by memory. The long 7km walk from Hatfield, took us through the leafy Arcadia neighborhood (dotted with many embassies, high commissions and consulates), along Church Street (now renamed to Stanza Bopape Street) for our first big stop at the Union Buildings. The lawns were empty and V tried to sit down near the spot he had occupied ...
... their mascot and perhaps feature on their blog like he does in ours. Dirk is a State Attorney and looking forward to retiring in 2 years time. Corruption in the police is rife apparently with 30 cases of misconduct or investigation into false arrests or detention taking place each week. I’ll have breakfast with Rona tomorrow and she will then drop me at the Uni where I am going to our old speech therapy department and will have coffee with one of my old lecturers. ...
... This couple, I believe, is serving for their 3rd time and is well loved by the Zambia PCV community. I met them my first week here and they truly are great. After living with them for a week I go to my village for 3 days! Then I practice hitching back to Lusaka. Super pumped. If I make it.
So, I am now released from the hospital with an unknown diagnosis, feeling fine, and staying ...
... up early for our first day. Had a great breakfast, and we began training with a site visit to Hofmeyr High School in a surrounding township of Pretoria..Ateridgeville. Our site visit was quite interesting. The high school was a very large building with electricity in only the administrative building from what I saw. The students were very interested in our being American, but we did not have a chance to really talk to them as we were observing their English class. ...