Faircity Quatermain Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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First week of twelve down and the days are absolutely flying by. I don't know how to condense all the **** circling my brain into something that's interesting and informative but we'll give it a go, eh?
I mentioned last time that I was acquiring a vehicle. I have done this thing, and it is excellent. My noble steed is a tiny wee hyundai atos and what it lacks in power (my god, does it lack power) it more than makes up for in being easy to park. It so far ...
... like where you are and when you get there you realize how wrong a statement that is. People here go along their lives much like we do.
Some of the biggest differences I noticed were the portion sizes in the grocery story, it was impossible to find cold meats in any kind of quantity that I'm used to; the quantity of meat was enough for maybe two sandwiches. There also seems to be more of a cafe culture than I'm used ...
... and fascinating people, professionals in their trade, passionate and proud about the work they do, and determined to conserve as much of their land as possible, not just to exploit the beauty of it to foreigners who have long ago overdeveloped their own homelands, but also as a reminder of their culture to pass down for generations to come.
I'd like to acknowledge a number of people instrumental in making our adventure so special. Jack, our guide, and Jonas, ...
We are packing today. It's a lot harder since we are taking an actual suitcase instead of just a backpack. We will be on a safari in Kruger National Park in South Africa for 5 days then we fly to Capetown. In Capetown we board a small vessel ...
... than I thought of myself. I wondered which one of us was right. He told me I should go to the United Nations, I should go to a legal rights commission and he pointed out their building to me as we drove through Johannesburg. He said I HAD to do something. At the moment, I am doing what I can one birth at a time.
It had been a struggle to decide if I should go and leave women at home in New Zealand who would have thier babies while I was away to ...