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... couple looking for drugs. This seemed a little unusual until we saw just how incredibly sick the poor guy looks, he had a terrible fever and the shakes. I managed to pull together (from my travelling pharmacy) some antibiotics and pseudoephedrine (with very defined instructions for the latter) to help him out. I know from an experience in vietnam (i shudder at the memory) of what it is like to be ill when travelling overseas. From what i have seen so far ...
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one week later) like a donkey! I checked in and one of the girls working showed
me the way to the dormitory which was located in another building 20meters
further down the street. There were a few other backpackers, funny since I
didn’t cross a single one on my way to town. Anyhows, I installed myself and
jumped in the shower. What a feeling after 2 days of no proper hygiene...
After I had freshened up myself I found myself ...
... the mountains and ate very well in the lodge. It was a really cosy place and was very relaxing. The walking we did was magnificent and we had a great time walking the trails. On the Wednesday we headed back to Johannesburg for two last nights with Bruce's family. All in all we had a great time in South Africa and it was a great break before we ventured into the most craziest places China and Japan. The next blog will talk about the adventures we have have had in the very busy land of ...
... per carriage, each with 6 beds per row stacked 3 a side.... There's not a lot of room. Each bed had about 2-3 feet of space above it. We stowed our backpacks in the overhead compartment and climbed up to our very top bunks which were practically in the same space as the luggage! Then it was just a case of trying to sleep. We arrived in pingyao the next morning and were picked up from the station by a woman from the hostel. Our room is ...
... brands I knew and a many I didn’t. Being an electronics illiterate I was strictly along for the ride. Tim’s translation services were invaluable. The big stumbling block was getting a phone that would operate in English. That stumbling block was only partly overcome but 4 hours later Graeme finally closed the deal. After the drive home we treated Tim to a dinner close to the hostel.
The following day we had an ...
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