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... long we could barely stand. Sitting with Lize-Mari and her friends was hilarious because there is a huge rivalry between her old high school and the other main school in town, so we constantly had people coming up to our table and starting chant-offs cheerleader style. We also got shown a drinking game which is essentially rock, paper, scissors and the loser has to drink their entire glass of wine. At one point Rian saw a blow up helium ladybug that a kid walked past with ...
... as you rub on food on their tongue before you put it into their mouth, so you can't be exactly sure when they are going to shout their mouth. The elephant I got to feed spat all over my sleeve as it sneezed,just after grabbing a carrot. After that we went to the ostrich farm. We were shown around and the more brave ones went for a ride on an ostrich. I decided not to do it, as it didn't seem very amusing for poor ostriches. Then we went for a lunch ...
... the patient’s house we referred to the diagnosis as "Harry Potter Syndrome."
Yesterday we received great news, the bus strike was over. The past two weeks we have been following around health workers onto patient home visits. We loved the experience but were expecting to have clinical experience while in South Africa as well. The previous couple days before we arrived the public transportation drivers went on strike for a 13% pay raise I believe. Since ...
... cheerful. So maybe yes, maybe he did enjoy this tour! Ha, ha, ha!
The evening was spent eating pizza at the Victoria Wharf Shopping Mall and walking around the Waterfront. I know, I know….again!
A new tour is lined up for tomorrow! This one the “Half-day city tour”! Until then….
Monique :-) ...
... these settlements and interacted with its residents.