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... and what race my mother was, they asked my wife’s race, where I lived. What was my home language (I said English and Afrikaans). He asked if I could speak Sechuana and I said “yes”; the he examined me by looking at me and made notes. Then the document was passed to Mr. Morgan and he said to me: “You were born in Bechuanaland?” I said “yes”. He said: “But in Bechunaland there are no Coloreds.” He said: “If you put ...
... star," and comes close enough to that level for the label to be legitimate. Rooms are standard-issue upscale hotel, with a somewhat strange arrangement for the shower and sink right next to the bed. Fixtures are modern, the air conditioning works fine, the sound proofing keeps the airport noise across the road at bay, and the restaurant is acceptable and inexpensive.
There are NO bucket showers on Ultimate Africa. All the camps have private bathrooms ...
... airport, we navigated the last 50miles by aiming for the biggest clouds. Our final approach was judged by where the lightning was hitting ground. On arrival, the heavens opened for a particularly spectacular thunder-storm, which raged into the wee small hours, and as usual, took out the power. We're definitely back in the Swazi ...
... and we say our good byes. It was such a pleasure meeting her and she was a wonderful host. I feel I have made a lifelong friend. Perhaps I will see her or her nephew Richard in the USA one day.
My flight home proves to be long and very tiring. I have a 10 hour flight from Jo'Burg to Frankfurt and then a 5 hour layover. Then a 10 hour flight from Frankfurt to Houston which left 1 1/2 hours late as the place had ...
... we had been invited to the German Restaurant to celebrate Mark's birthday so scurried around making myself presentable and Chris and Caren came and picked us up. Mark's flatmate, Jess, joined us who is from Oregon but lives here with her mining work (her first ever job was in the Congo!! - jealous or what!) Dinner was great- pork schnitzel with spatzel and some german wheat beer to wash it down. The guys had apple strudel for dessert and Mark got slightly merry! Friday 20th May ...
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