Drifters Hazyview Inn
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A quiet morning as we are still recovering from the jet lag from the 9 hour time difference from NZ. We both woke up wide awake at 1am but managed to drift off until a leisurely breakfast, packed our bags again and moved to a hotel across the road to await our new fellow travellers on our new tour. Before all that we went to the Apartheid Museum for the afternoon which chronicled the rise and fall of ...
... my life. It took four of us about an hour to get them all out. Pleased to report that he's doing well on the ward!!
Today was easily the most hectic day I've had since I've been here (not hard, really - I feel like I've been on holiday most of the time...) The weekend was pay weekend, so now everybody's got enough cash to see a Doctor and as a result the ED is absolute mayhem. Today's resus stories included a woman in asystole (long story, so very sad), an ...
... I have “wings “ I am free to go wherever I want. Visit my friends at the farm, in the lowfeld and plan a trip via Botswana to Vic Falls for New Years.
Looking fwd to overheat my camera over Botswana. Out of Africa 2.0
After my checkride I was invited for a Braai with aviation friends. Another lovely evening in Johannesburg.
Power is still on.
And, I am desperately waiting for my golfclubs.
Johannesburg is one BIG golfcourse!
... of the day. And....more pictures hopefully. They just take so lonnngggg to upload!
Please pray that we would all stay healthy, rest well and focus on our task at hand. We have such an opportunity to minister and we are expecting to see God at work in a special way. Moms; every one is happy and healthy and sorry to say not homesick ....just yet!
... meet the rest of the village who had now assembled to meet us and have their photos taken. This was becoming a routine. These people were famers, who unusually bury their dead in the centre of the settlements. We were only able to see this from a distance from the car. Again ver friendly, there were many more elder people here than we had seen at other villages. Aids had whipped out many of the older generation.
This was another good visit and we were ...