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... visit wasnt until late in teh day (5:00). In order to make the best use of the afternoon, a game was devised by Lindsey and Lauren where our group was divided into three groups of three members. Each of us was given a place to have lunch and shop at predetermined retailers. We were to bring back something for show and tell and if possible, items to share with the other groups.
Our group consisted of Allison, Anthony and myself. We went to a ...
... so decided to drive thru Joburg city. It's quite the sight, it had been raining a lot so all the rubbish that must generally pave the walk ways was now floating over the walkways and along the road. It looks a bit like a forgotten city. Smashed windows and work half done everywhere, with amazing bus stops but no buses. We certainly didn't get out to wander around but enjoyed the sights non the less, however we were more then glad when we reached the suburb of ...
... or scorpions in them! Krisitie told me you tuck your mosquito net in around your bed at night, not only to keep out disease carrying mosquitoes, but also scorpions and other "creepy crawlies". She says that if you see a snake, the local men are usually quite good at chasing them down and killing them.
Kristie lives in a mud house with a reed roof which she says is quite comfortable and she likes. Here are some pictures Dave found of some of the ...
... stopped….. We looked at each other for a moment then Dad went and asked about our luggage when he was told they had been alreafy transferred to our next flight (which we hadn’t been told would happen as we have just flown woth South African Airlines and we abut to board and International Qatar flight) but all we could do was trust and now we are at our gate hoping our bags are with us.
... Sydney's trains are primitive in comparison. Emerging from the train station at the Sandton City shopping centre, we think it wise to take a taxi to our hotel. We go around the block, because of the one way streets, and get out just down the street from where we got in. After that we walked back and forth to the shopping mall, being assured by the girl at reception in the hotel ...
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