Courtyard Hotel Arcadia
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Well its happened. I finished my work. I knew today would be my last in Pretoria for a while so I made attention to focus on and absorb the world around me. Sights, sounds, and smells.
I didnt have much left of their collection to do, I was working on in-situ teeth and got to see some amazingly preserved crania with dentition, including what is probably the most perfect robustus mandible in existence as well as an africanus ...
... Things I’m listening to are our daily reports about the facts of emerging markets, the news summary and the crucial question whether we need to dress up or not for the site visit in the afternoon.
The site visits are where I get my intellectual stimulus. We have been for example with the President of the National Union of Metal Works in South Africa (NUMSA), a mining corporation De Beers, the National Treasury and the Reserve ...
... Once leaving the mall we stopped to visit a lovely 87 year old lady who is still on her own, drives her own car and is delightful. She is a good friend of Jannie's and neighbor as well. We got home around 7pm but we haven't managed to get through to British Airways to confirm our flight for tomorrow.
Jannie made up an exquisite fresh fruit salad serving it with Greek yogurt. Soooo tasty. It really hit the spot.
Until I get the opportunity to write again... until later...
... of the most gorgeous in all of Prague, and I am excited to be going back again. Also, I have never seen this opera performed live, only on the big screen.
“Well,” I said, “my father is from Jamaica and my mother’s family is English, so I suppose you would say I am mixed.”
Unsure of how the students were going to take this information, I was pleasantly surprised.
As I looked around the classroom four, then five, then six kids broke into smiles.
This was my first day.
This was Atteridgeville. And the classroom rang with the sound of silent applause.