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- Outdoor pool
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... home he died in, located in a very exclusive suburb, in streets where the very wealthy live. To see the contrast in one afternoon was inspiring and very moving. The trees on the kerb of the house he died in have small white rocks in the beds surrounding the trees - after he died mourners painted the rocks with messages and the colours of the South African flag. Touching .
I was also taken to the place where the student uprising started in Soweto and where the 13 year ...
... time the clouds decided not to rain all over our campsite. What followed was freaking amazing - we drank, ate, sang, had a midnight swim in the dam, slept under the African sky, and I met some of the craziest, funniest people I've ever had the privilege of meeting. Sipping wine and watching the shooting stars race across the African sky (I lost count, it was ridiculous!)... I honestly can't think of a better way to spend a Friday night. Recovery on Saturday involved more beers, a game ...
... Dr. Verrelli wanted us to find three species and look at clues in the osseous morphology as an indication of behaviour. I chose something in the Aves genera, a baboon, and a human. I was looking at palatal vault height in relation to the curve of Spee as an indication of diet, the simple reason for this is that a larger palatal vault inherently implies that a larger bite is possible. I essentially skipped the ...
... t into giving another circus performance to some wealthy, white foreigners, all to show their appreciation for the only source of funding given to this orphanage: donations. I would have liked to have come in, sat down, and started conversations with as many as I could, but in reality this would be difficult also, so I was somewhat comforted by the thought that a lot of thought must have been put into the greeting of visitors by the administration staff over the years, ...
... to persuade Mamo to cancel it. Mamo had unsuccessful tried to persuade us that this excision was also not worth it. Stefan felt that they were “just lazy”.
We headed south on the gravel road past the bull jumping site. We travelled for a full 2 hours and gave Chato some painkillers, which seemed to cure him, miraculously. We saw plenty of wildlife on this road, bustards, big eagles and hawks, baboons, dik dik and giant needle shaped termite ...