Garden Court East London
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... br> So, what else do we get from chickens? she asked.
Milk? the boy next to me offered.
Meat, shouted a bolder girl.
Oh no, said Belinda, my chicks have names and we don't eat anything with a name.
(Today, bringing left-overs to the school, I smiled to see a poster stating children's rights - on top was their right to a name....)
At the end of the day I sat down with 2 girls and asked them how they had enjoyed the outing and what they had ...
... dive loved for so many years, probably because I am used to the laws
prohibiting it at home, but that's exactly what we were to try next! As it
happened they swam around us and underneath and I was unable to see them
underwater, but I was just overwhelmed by the incidence of watching them
surface so close while treading water.
We then went after the common dolphins,
which are crucial to following the sardine run. I had my first proper swim ...
Hi everyone.... It has been a while since the last post- apologies. There has been a huge amount of activity in the last couple of months, from visitors (Mum, dad, George (again)), to trips (Stellenbosch for Laura and Ben's amazing wedding, Knysna, Franschhoek, Cape Town, Trans-Kei), to babies being born (congratulations Johan and Monique), to new arrivals (Henry, Lucy and co. From Bristol), to getting jobs back in the UK, and finally running (the 17km surfers challenge ...
... London is the 6th largest city in South Africa, and Frere hospital services about 4million people over a huge geographical area. However, if you go to any of the other hospitals in the big cities, they operate over night. Frere has a single emergency operating theatre for all specialties (except O&G), so we compete with the surgeons, neurosurgeons, ENT and anyone else who wants to operate. This means only true emergencies are done (sometimes). ...
... was working both weekends that Sam was away, including a 24 hour shift on Friday, followed by another 24 hour shift on the Sunday. It was pretty tough going. Compared to Sam who does his calls from home and has a few half days a week, work for me is pretty hardcore. A 24 hour call on average includes about 10 Caesars, usually one ectopic pregnancy to operate on, about 15 admissions and everything else that crops up, plus one hour of sleep if I'm lucky. ...