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... after that a quick look around some caves that were home to native tribes in the past and some amazing calcium formations. After we returned back to Johannesburg from the safari I was a little bummed being out there in the park and hanging out with such great people was just incredible! I feel as though I made some good friends and forged some memories people would be jealous off! With the return to civilisation came a lot of time spent with friends and I had a great ...
... to work in the gold mines. In the early 20th century they began to build "townships" to house the African workers outside the main part of the city. During Apartheid, black workers who still remained inside the city were forcibly evacuated to places like Soweto, where they had to travel long distances to get to their jobs. I had always pictured Soweto as a small town of tin-roofed shanties, and was amazed to see it is now a thriving ...
We saw a traditional healer called a sangoma today. I was to see traditional and bio-medicine work together more. She mentioned the connection between HIV and sangomas but it's still a very difficult issue to discuss. A lot of sangomas think they can treat HIV but they only treat symptoms. Since many people in the villages believe whatever their sangoma tells them, they decide not to go to clinics or take their ARVs and just use the black ...
... further progressed our lethargic attitude often forcing us to lie around all day in the heat without anything to do. An ever growing problem is the sand... the terrible weather has forced us to the beaches and really reeked havoc on our room with all the sand that has gotten all over everything and ends up everywhere; I found Sarah crying the other day she was so distressed.... So in an effort to escape this terrible condition and replace our gloomy outlook on life for ...