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... of delights. Comedy sketches, music performances, circus balancing and trapeze acts, drummers from South America, tumblers from Ethiopia, acrobats from Eastern Europe, this show had the lot. The acts used the stage, catwalk and all available space between and above the crowd to stage their performances. Each act lasted ten to fifteen minutes joined together by a comedy MC who was topical as well as funny touching on South African politics, sport and ...
... and a sense of him belonging to them.
Then there's the Copt family and that family extends internationally. The friends, fellow volunteers, that we have worked with along the way, claim ownership to him, and rightly so, being that Moses is the first volunteer baby to be born here. I love that he is loved from Australia to England and soon to be Canada.
Then there's the locals and that is the most surprising of all. Maybe I underestimated the Zulu culture and even ...
... I carried with me:
1) Bib belt (I kept my salt tablets in here and 4 packets of GU)
2) Band aids
3) Bottle with a mixture of Carbo Pro + Nuun concentrate
4) 8 packets of GU (received 2 more from Shereen and Derrick)
5) Wore compression socks
6) Race cap – you are only allowed to wear the official race cap that they give you
7) Indian Flag
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It wasn’t as cold as I had expected it to be at ...
... also to Sheila and Ben . So happy to have our feet on modern, civilicised and clean ground! We really needed this break after our Mada adventure. Touch down at 9 am and luckely we could visit the Tropical Doctor around noon. Both of us a little check up and especially inspection for our (mosquito) infections. Mark's his was quit huge and needed a professional opinion after our selfhelp and flying doctors* work.
* surprising how customs checked our bags, we were not allowed to ...
... but this morning really left me exhausted. SO many people, around every corner, in every room, waiting to be seen by a doctor, just waiting, and I offer them a sandwich, I say Hello and asked if they're hungry, some smile and take and say Thank you, others desperately grab as many as they can hold as if it's their last meal and forget to say thank you, others wave you down "Girl!! Girl!"
But then there's the others, I smile, I greet them and ...