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... our 14% on all the purchases that have the vat number. Confusing!
After doing that, we must check our luggage in three hours before our flight. We will just wait. Our first stop is Frankfurt, then change planes and head for San Francisco, pick up our luggage, then go through customs. David will go home, and I will fly to Fresno.
Time to say ...
... Spur, based on a sort of American model. It’s decorated with a western US theme, cowboys and Indians, although it also has nice South African wines on the menu – not usually typical cowboy fare. We enjoyed a meal with some long-time members who had lots of stories to tell about their lives in the Southern African region and about the local history of the Church of God. It was very interesting to hear the stories and we were able to share news from our HQ office and the ...
... the long journey back to Turmi. Again when we arrived back the driver bought another huge batch of Chat and retired for the day with some extra beers. I walked around the area and investigated the dry river bed, seeing the rudimentary wells the local Hamar had dug to access the water table, plus enjoying the bird life.
After a dinner that a neighbouring tour had cooked their guests, it was another early bed, this time hoping for more luck locating the bull ...
(NOTE: written on Saturday about last Wed / Thur. Still playing catch-up. Pictures to follow.)
The plane catapulted out of London City airport last Wednesday evening, with inflight entertainment provided by a catalogue of Swiss gadgets and a free cheese roll.
At Zurich airport I took a surreal ride on a futuristic shuttle-train that played cow sound affects. While there I ...
... for a march that occurred in 1955. The Africans presented their freedom charter which is now the basis of the South African constitution, post Apartheid. It addressed human rights and liberties for all peoples. We continued the drive to a very historical street. Where else could one find the homes of two Noble Peace Prize winners on a single street? Can you name them? (Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Nelson ...