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... s friends, and then headed to the first pub for some drinks. As It turned out we were actually gatecrashing a family birthday party... oops. We stole a couple of the huge tables outside and got stuck into some beers to warm up because it was ******* freezing. We hung around for a few hours, bought the birthday kid some shots and then rounded everyone up to head to the rugby house party. The reputation of these parties was legendary to the point that some people at the ...
... 10ft walls crowned with rolls of barbed wire or 4-5 rows of electric fencing. We were the only white people out walking, but we felt fine and didn't feel in the slightest bit intimidated. Eastgate itself is massive. It's the largest mall in Africa and when it was built it was the largest mall in the southern hemisphere. It has everything you would want and more. We were, to be honest, a little overwhelmed but ended up spending the day there picking up replacements for a ...
... became Zimbabwe. We had a lovely conversation about our country and refreshing to hear how all people missed the good old days of the once beautiful country. After looking at all the interesting stalls, the pathway took you to the food area. The food stalls surrounded the sitting area. The sitting area had African music playing, electrical cable barrels as tables, hay bail covered in plastic bag as seats and hessian feed bags filled with hay as ...
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In the afternoon Linda kindly drove me to see dads old friend Fanie and Eileen – and their 2 yorkies who live in a magnificent house on a golf estate. We had quite an emotional but very special time together. Drove back via Groenkloof and the NG church dad had designed. Pretty tired now – no social events tonight thank goodness so I can finally upload the ...
... and great meeting places. Downed more than a few last night... a very active meeting session.
Did the apartheid museum yesterday... a must do. Very well presented... what a sick episode in SA history. Sadly, though officially over, too many of the old attitudes remain... reinforced unfortunately by the activities of the Devil's little helpers!