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... t do drugs or all that other stuff, as I a) didn't have it... and b) thought it was a little late and irrelevant.
The 'resource centre' (library) lady, who is very kind and friendly to us exchange students, came over to us during one period and said that a walk through, their name fora school tour, was about to come through and would we get up and say something as exchange students. Shev wasn't keen but I was happy to step up to the plate, even drawing a laugh out of ...
... it seems. I can't understand what my eyes are showing me.
Two boys laugh and play with an outhouse then climb the stairs trading dirty carrots which are black in the grooves. One child's shirt is torn so his entire stomach is visible and I notice he is wearing two different shoes each appearing to be a different size but his smile is so large and inviting that my tears are suspended. As I descend the stairs of ...
... we expected. We drove for around 20km with apple orc******** both side of the road and for as far as the eye can see. Definitely the apple bowl of South Africa. We successfully negotiated the drive back to the airport including a take two on finding a petrol station to top up the car. The flight was uneventful to Joberg and we got on the Gautrain without too many problems. We did take a ...
... most amazing partner a sister could ask for. Mr. Fred Stockton, you killed it out here mannnn, and I couldn’t have asked for a better person to share this experience with. Only you truly understand what I am feeling right now and we did our thing babyyy. You are the epitome of a Shooting Touch grantee and what every grantee from here on out should aspire to be. What you did out in that little village we call Rwink is utterly amazing. I witnessed it firsthand and wow, I am at ...
So I hit a few beers last night, had good food in Mandela Square including seafood. Graeme is not a seafood fan at all, battered cod is his limit. Somehow I managed to get him to try an oyster. he's still alive.
We decided to go and see some wildlife and headed for Lion Park which is about 30 minutes drive from the hotel.
As we got closer the roads were closed due to a cycle race. Right, that's it Champagne weekend, Vancouver, now Johannesburg. My journeys are ...