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... getting my boxed food to take with us. Ankur and Ian were done with the conference after day 1 but the Hyperloop guys had some presentations in the morning of day 2. They stayed out later than us and we were ready to head home. Ankur came to ZA for only 2 days for the conference so he had been traveling a lot and we were all exhausted.
This is the last of the conference things so thinks are about to get good! Stay tuned :-). More to come SOOOON!
... to be a brain dump of what happened in the last week and a bit. We're taking this day by day, since I last posted. Not that I can usually remember what day it was. Bear with me.
Went to hospital! Great success! Was reasonably quiet as it still wasn't pay week and unfortunately attending a clinic to get your referral to the ED costs money, and then attending the ED costs money. About ZAR40.00, as I found out (about $4 aussie) - unfortunately still way ...
... licking her, she moved a bit to graze. Meantime baby is struggling to stand and falling down. This went on for a while until it started to have more of a balance on its feet and started to nurse. Time to leave mama and her baby alone.
We saw the most beautiful lions just lounging on the grass and waiting for us to take their picture. They had several cubs walking and following dad!
... for 27 years. I learned a lot about Nelson Mandela. One of the first things that we were told was that Nelson’s given name was actually Rolihlahla, but that on his first day of school, his teacher gave him the name Nelson because she could not pronounce Rolihlahla... which happens to mean ”trouble maker”!
I found out that Nelson’s first wife was a midwife and a Jehovah’s Witness. From what I gathered, Nelson was ...
... for the ‘whites.’ If they were caught in that area outside of permitted times, they were arrested and brought here.
They were treated like animals and the conditions in which they were kept were inhumane. You’ll have to look at the photos. I would rather not describe it. Now that the country is run by the ‘blacks’ you can be sure they are doing everything they can to bring awareness to the horrid ...