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... and some visits in the region.
In the afternoon after some recorded presentations, Doug Horchak gave a final one on finishing strong; doing our best to take care of ourselves in order to continue our work of service as long as possible. At the end of the day we took a group photo to immortalize the occasion.
In the evening we had a braai, what South Africans call a ...
... we sped by, had this look from each that seemed to ask if we were leaving, and when they realized we were, sadly inquired as to when we would return. I wanted to assure them we would someday, but they could see in my face that it was not likely to be, and dropped their heads slightly in understanding. I can't recall the last time I had felt this sad about having to pack up and go home. Home meant cities ...
... a somewhat Los Angeles feel, with loads of traffic consistently clogging the windy streets and freeways. Walking by the car dealerships felt more like I was walking through the New Jersey suburbs where sidewalks fade away into the ocean of asphalt.
Either way, I managed to make it back to Melville and joined Yasmine, Kevin and about five of their friends for dinner at a pretty swanky, new Asian restaurant. The conversation, apart from the idiosyncrasies ...
Zimbabwe By Road
We are on the move again. Miles of dry, scorched veld land dotted with sunbleached circular tin-roofed kraals passes by.
Like some blonde in a classic Midwest movie, Sarah has stretched her bare legs out onto the dash in front of the passenger seat. With intense concentration she is skilfully painting her nails bright sticky cherry red; despite ...
... next morning came up far too fast.
I, on the other hand, had a leisurely morning, sleeping in a little bit and then catching a friend on skype and having a great chat which allowed me to get something off my chest that had been really bothering me. I had a great breakfast of toast and avocado (fresh from the avocado tree in their back yard...jealous) and popped over to a local restaurant to get a slice of Milk Tart, a traditional South African dessert that I had heard about ...