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Arrived ad left DBN all in one piece and a more or less sound mind I think - I can't account for all of my travel companions you see. Traveling by plane from Durban to Cape Town. Makes such a difference when you have considerate pleasant travel companions. The day did not start without antics and this is gonna be an interesting trip, but a nice …
... had to bring their carryon bags to them to be inspected. They didn’t care how much you were carrying they checked for liquids. There had been a new security threat coming from Johannesburg, London and a few other cities so they were being extra careful.
I thought the ride to Dakar, Senagal was only 3 hours but it was eight. I was watching 12 Years a Slave and it seemed like it was taking 12 years. When we got to Dakar we had ...
... of ear-shot of the sentry, he or she takes over and keeps a look out until the others have past. We left the Meerkat family to their foraging at about 9am which worked out well - I was in time to "forage" for my breakfast at the guest house! And, in case you're wondering, the "Shy Five" are the Meerkat (the only diurnal entrant on the list), Aardvark, Porcupine, Bat-eared fox and Art Wolf. I was fortunate enough to see the latter two but the final two are still on my ...
... had 49 year old male who had suffered from 6 strokes, high cholesterol, and hypertension. There was another care taker at the house when we got there who was going to perform basic physiotherapy. They were asking me to show them how we do things in the U.S., but I told them I was just a student and was not licensed. I tried reasoning with them but they did not take no for an answer. The care taker showed me what she did and then I followed up by ...
... founders of the Cape, before stopping at the Castle of Good Hope. This is actually the very well-preserved remains of a Dutch fortress built in the mid-17th century. It's the oldest surviving building in South Africa and is laid out in a rectangular shape with a very large courtyard in the center. At the entrance is a bell tower; the bell was imported from Amsterdam in 1697. Once upon a time the Castle was the tallest building around, but now it is ...
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We were lured into staying at this hotel when they did not let us know that ther were doing major renovations.
In addition, the rooms were on the FOURTH floor and with Anesh's old folks the stairs were an issue.
This is the last time.
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