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... and drain the elephants abscess (still awesome no matter how many times I do it). Then after lunch consisted a of muscles lesson, checking on the ponies eye and then riding a mare bareback...and with broken rains. Can't say it was easy but it was very fun!! Right I'm finally gonna get to sleep now! I'm super excited for tomorrow as Rob and I each get to pick out a kitten. We're thinking of either 'bacon and egg' or 'JD and coke'.....gonna have to have a bigger think! Over and out ...
... either a person or the animal has made a mistake and there's no second chance or opportunity to explain for the animal. Human life takes priority. We're very glad to hear it has never had to be put into practice.
As the rest of the group start to take their turns, I'm nervous, most worried about the recoil pushing me backwards and ending up flat out on the ground. And I was never any good at netball although that may have been a height rather than poor aim issue. ...
... promises that the delay was only going to be about half an hour, then +-15 minutes, then +-7 minutes, then back to +-30minutes. When we eventually took off the view down on Dubai was surreal with the high rise buildings piercing the low level fog.
On arrival at OR Tambo we had quite a wait for our baggage so poor Brad was left waiting for Kathryn. Eventually it was all over and we took our leave of Kathryn and ...
... s garden. It is a feast! Dessert is the ice cream and pies we brought – pecan pie and lemon meringue.
We have some interesting discussions while everything is cooking, which continue throughout dinner. Annette’s other half is into managing farming ventures. He does a lot of work in Namibia with growing table grapes for export. We have guessed that all of the best produce grown in South Africa is actually for export, ...
... and is now a tourist
attraction. We spent about an hour doing the tour, which was very interesting.
We then treated ourselves to tea that was fit for a queen, with silver teapot
and cutlery. That evening, we did a Ghost and Torture Tour, which was great.
Basically it’s a tour of the underground vaults in the oldest part of the
city. In the 1700’s, it was against the
rules to be homeless and to sleep on the streets, so ...