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... as well, and we all had a great meal and it was a lot of fun getting to know them. After lunch we headed back home and decided to have a nap to sleep off the pizza and beer induced food coma. We had a night out in Joburg to prepare for.
Annoyingly I struggled to nap, then slept through my alarm. I had 15 minutes to shower, get ready before we were picked up. Johannesburg is the business hub of South Africa, and the greater Johannesburg metropolitan area has ...
... s used to be on 5 continents including America, and now only 2 - Africa and India. We had the awesome experienced of being photographed with a cheetah, he walks into the room, jumps on the table and lies down. We were given instructions on how to walk to him and where we could touch him and couldn't touch him. We had to walk towards his tail and got around the table. To only touch him from his shoulder to end of ribs otherwise we might tickle him which he loves but he ...
... why a RPCV (returned) community is so important--to actually have people who understand what I did for 2 years.
We went to the South African PC office today. So posh, or PC light as they say. A bunch of South African PVCs are COSing soon, so I scored some free clothes, very fancy for a PCV of Zambia, so that I don't have to wear the same outfit every day.
South Africa's still just alright; I'd rather be in Zambia.
... a quiet prayer and moved onto my terminal. From there on out it was smooth sailing, um I mean flying.
Since having been back I have had such a great time catching up and fitting into the varsity student lifestyle again, the only difference is that I didn’t have to study or go to class. I have courted a few women, one of which I am very proud to say has been a surprising success (yes you know who you are!). I have done my travelling, which is not yet complete, ...
... be wicked. Then we may do a 4-day hike thru Kruger National Park, head to Mozambique or just go to a friend’s farm on the border of Lesotho. We don’t really know but that’s the beauty of traveling. We are on another plane home in 12 days, a mere stones throw and I can’t wait to be back on Canadian soil. But until then, let the adventures and good times continue. Here is to wondering what is going to happen at OP tonight as well ...