Carol of the Cape Winelands Lodge
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... some lunch, an horrendous Smoked Chicken Wrap which was literally like eating raw chicken and booked into our elite upgrade for the evening, an old fashioned Tin Shack, words could not do it justice. Rather then then rafting we went and sat by the river for a while and for an hour or so life was absolutely perfect, a couple of gin and tonics, a mad goose who wouldn't leave us alone, the river and mountain in the ...
... Mare and a few brief 2 word SMS' from Connor - they were waiting at airport to fly to Mahajanga. Have to stay there overnight and will be taken by truck to Mahamavo camp in the morning. All sounding positive and excited despite yesterday's frustrations. 7.20pm, Connor SMSd that they have arrived in ...
... the news, and also waiting for 2 hours in the local private hospital for Charlie to get stitches in his knee, which he had cut open very deeply climbing down the mountain after our hike in the Orange River 2 days ago. It turned out it was too late for stitches. This was the 2nd time I have had to take him to hospital, we also got his arm X-rayed in Namibia as it was still very painful after his ...
... He and I became close friends as we worked together on various projects in the community. It is so fascinating to come from a place such as Marin County, where the overwhelming majority of the population is white, to a place where white people do not dare to step foot; the townships of South Africa. I find it incredible to be in the minority, and to view your surroundings from an entirely different perspective. It certainly gives way for ...
... sang some hymns and the national anthem. Another official goal for myself is to learn the South African National Anthem while I am here. This is a bigger feat than one might imagine because it has 5 of South Africa’s 11 official languages in it! English, !Xhosa, Zulu, Afrikaans, and Sesotho:
Nkosi sikelel' iAfrika
Maluphakanyisw' uphondo lwayo,
Yizwa imithandazo yethu,
Nkosi sikelela, thina lusapho ...