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... health issues. She had cataracts, constipation, neck pain, abdominal pain, a visible mass on her chest, and her right shoulder that had been dislocated for a very long time. She had close to no abduction ability with her right arm. She was a diabetic who administered her own insulin shots. The home health workers had seen her before and told us that she was a double leg amputee. Upon entering the home, this appeared to be true. Her blood pressure was high at ...
This was actually practice for tomorrow's excursion down to the Cape of Good Hope, and it is our good hope that the practice will, if not make perfect, at least reduce the level of the adventure of driving.
Also, we hope this hasn't been too long, but it has been a tremendously interesting and enjoyable day with much upon which to comment. Hopefully we'll update again tomorrow night.
Catherine and Stirling Moss
... a lot of information to take in on the first day and the children kept looking for opportunities to runaway with my crutches. There were 13 children left at the orphanage as those children with special needs had been moved to the home of Mama Lumka, the founder of the orphanage. In the days of apartheid and even afterwards, she had found that children with specially needs in the township were often abandoned. She had a disabled child of her own who ...
... and following my exclusive tour I boarded the blue bus to Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. I had agonised over whether to do this first or Table Mountain. My observations of the weather patterns were that the afternoons are better for the Mtn, so I set off for the Gardens.
The Botanical Gardens have a setting that must be hard to beat. Showcasing the best flora or 'fynbos' of South Africa and looking always towards the mountains that surround Cape ...
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