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... Listen") he has been asked by several universities to come and talk and was visiting Stellenbosch University for a few days to hold a series of lectures. As I had worked with him in my old Margaret River days I went along and somehow ended up speaking at each of his talks as well. He got a great reception with each meeting growing in numbers as the word spread, and I was graciously received also. We had a very hectic schedule with meetings with students, staff, the ...
... found me dozing. I have to blame it on the comfy chairs and sofas.
We were running out of time, so we just drove up to Hidden Valley to check out the view and take a few photos. Then we headed back towards the Cape Town Airport and it started to rain very hard. We checked in to a Road Lodge and thought it would be similar to a Holiday Inn, but it was not very nice. We had a 6 a.m. flight back to Johannesburg, so we just dealt with it.
... They didn't have any extra stethoscopes so I had to use one of the students personal ones and actually it wasn't a very good one. Also, I was actually pretty appalled by this... they reused urine cups. They would just rinse them out and hand it to the next patient. But thats how they do it here. Also, the other girls were telling us how the student was doing a pelvic exam and wasn't wearing gloves, and also, another student did an HIV test (like mono test with ...
... the trip rough edges, sample their wonderful wines, hike around the vineyards and just chill, chill, chill.
Last night we ate in a wonderful worldclass restaurant overlooking a magnificent mountain vista.
Today is get packed up, drive to Cape Town and then visit Robyn Island with our son and daughter-in-law who are fabulous traveling companions.
Have a great Stellenbosch Day.
... emotionally difficult lecture we had was by Tanya Farber, a Capetonian writer. She recently wrote, “Two Killings Illuminate 2 worlds,” which looked at the media coverage of Anene Booysen and Reeva Steenkamp from the Pistorious Case. I’ve included a PDF of the article here, which you may be able to zoom in and read (it’s worth it if you can).
Tanya looked into how and why the two cases of ...