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... this would be a bad sign. And yet the markets ran smoothly, with my
continual smart **** remarks to the salesmen. Thus, all running out of money,
we explored the mall and instantly stumbled upon a Magnum Pop-Up store,
celebrating 25 years of Magnums. Now I don’t know if these stores have reached
Australian shores however it was incredibly classy and stylish, just as Magnum
should be. For $4, you choose three ...
... often, and the fellowship, catching up, and mutual encouragement is one of the most useful aspect of such conferences. The Van Belkums live in New Zealand now, but served in South Africa for his/their whole career. They are universally loved and respected, so it was a special pleasure for everyone that they could be present. They are able to be here for this conference as well as for the birth of ...
... not far off from what it must feel like to be a bird gliding in the wind. I had to pinch myself a few times – it felt quite surreal, and to think less than a year ago, there is no way I could have been doing this sort of thing (or half the things we have done on this trip so far) because of my health. I am so grateful and so lucky.
Fortunately, Jacques didn’t talk on his mobile phone (unlike the pilot who took me paragliding in Peru!), although he did ask if I wanted ...
... first person internal soliloquy. I wasn't sitting at a departure lounge repeating the old cliche "if only I had more time". Lament as I might my lack of funds, at least I have some. Worry as I may about job security, at least i have a degree. Im in Africa, not because its easy, so get tough and don't be disrespectful.
Your not simply a traveler, your seeking a life here.
By all means feel that catch in your throat, you would do well ...
Today we went on the most amazing tour of Johannesburg where we went to Sowento which is the largest township in Johannesburg, the Apartheid Museum, Nelson Mandalas and Desmond Tutu's houses, Constitution hill, and the tallest building in Johannesburg which gives an amazing view of the whole area. We were picked up by our tour guide Lebo at 830am where we went on to pick up a few other people before our tour began. Lebo enjoyed blaring the music when he wasn't ...