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... It was during the speech that the Headmaster, Mr Knowles, asked to see us after school. This went really well, with him asking us about our time at school, and where we were from and all those sort of formalities.
It was only on Friday morning that I was informed that there are no classes after exams, therefore today is my last day at school. This was a sad realisation as I have enjoyed my time here. The thing is that, during the days before exams, numerous people ...
Heading for the town of Bloemfontein to visit a national museum unfortunately
we could not get anywhere to park as it is in the middle of the town. We then
headed for the Boer War museum and managed to just get around before
it closed. It was extremely interesting and went into a lot of
detail about the Concentration camps, which were first introduced by
the British so that the men would have no one to go back to for ...
... manufacturing, durability and the performance of the helmet in a crash situation. Integrating aerodynamic lines to maximise speed, multi-faring to reduce the drag coefficient and enlarged vertical window for vision when you are in tuck. Combine this with the innovative ventilation design to increase breathability and comfort the NORK.ONE is a world class downhill skating ...
... at Middleburg and Roland took over driving duties.
Lunch stop with coffee and tea, rolls with cheese and sausage, biscuits and chocolate. Wine gums for dessert - we know how to live the high life!
Scenery now changed from the flat expanses of the Free State to the mountains of the Eastern Cape. Next road was N10.
... by the British during the "Scorched Earth" policy during the Boer War. This policy was instigated by Lord Kitchener to retaliate against farms where the Boer men had fought against the British. The farms were burnt and the women and children resettled in the camps. This prevented the Boer fighters being fed and restocked with provisions and ammunition from their home farms.
A drive across country to Kimberley was next. The countryside ...