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... an appointment through their surgery and so will have to see out another solution. It’s rather uncomfortable to watch someone take a scalpel to your fiance’s throat, even if she is trained to handle such a weapon.
Back at home, once Mieka was back from school, we watched a cake-off (Cake Boss or something like that) show and enjoyed rooibos and peanut butter and honey on toast. Comfort food. We spent some time sorting files and ...
... who have similar skin tones to their own. Don't get me wrong, black, white and "colored" kids on campus do intermingle every now and again, and it would not be out of the ordinary to see two people of different races laughing or joking with one another, but they are in no way, shape or form like the diverse groups of friends one might encounter in England, France, Canada or the US. For the most part, students at the University and other adults you ...
However, the place always changes in dark in the evening.
Our hotel was located next to the police station but there were so many homeless people hanging around nearby and it didn't have a great feeling.
We watched Netherland v Slovakia match at the hotel and we quickly popped out for dinner before the 2nd match of the night.
There weren't many restaurants as such in this place.
There were a few takeaway places where you ...
... to the unexpected conclusion to traverse the continent on the beautiful machine that is my bike. I think this perturbed many individuals especially around the safety aspects but we figure that life is a risk, and we not gonna put life on hold because of a few risks that we think we can manage. And also when we fall we have our positive attitudes to catch us :)
And so started the journey of getting my bike battle ready for Latin America, and ...
... walking round the villages, each had houses in that particular village style, with people in the traditional attire etc! It was very cool! In the Pedi village of the LimpopoSouth Africa! So off we go rather slowly- the path is not level at all with rocks and water pipes sticking out all over! Its quite fun to drive if it wasn't for the fact it felt like the whole engine was going to rattle loose! We have developed a new continuous rattle which worryingly sounds like the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking