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The one thing I can’t forget, of course, were the smells coming from the kitchen when I first arrived. They were heavenly! About ten minutes after I arrived, lunch was put out on the table. Now, this was no ordinary lunch – it was garlic infused leg of lamb, with fingerling potatoes, green beans, and fresh mango for dessert. DELICIOUS! And that was only my first meal! Everything was prepared by a man named Thomas (pronounced Toe-mah as Gabon is a ...
... a half. It has a university campus, a 90,000 seat arena, a state of the art teaching hospital, a huge mall, country clubs and golf courses, enormous churches and is a proud and vibrant community which is emerging from the horror of Apartheid. Nonetheless, it has some real challenges. Many of the shanty's we associate with it still exist. No water, no electricity and an outdoor toilet with a vent stack (which is provided by the government and has a number on ...
... lounge. I saw the kindness of strangers and the potential for animosity among brothers. Would I do it again? No thanks! Am I angry at anyone....probably not. Did I always feel this way? Honestly, not really, but hopefully alls well that ends well. I suspect my day in Gabon would make a good training exercise for SAA on what not to do. Great practice for the Amazing Race!
Left Gabon at 1:30 am ...
... it back in our locker. So close yet so far. I was furious so stayed as silent as possible. Once everyone had returned from shopping we headed to a quarry 6km out of town where we stopped for lunch. I stormed off to the toilet treading in mud and nearly losing my shoe in the process. At least it got a giggle out of me. Damn sticky mud. There were a heap of midgees, like sooo many it was unbelievable. Think of flies sticking to ...
... I've no idea but it was and we could do nothing about it. Slightly fuming Oliver and I decided to go in search of a beer in the hope of cooling down. That was the one good things about the bush camp, it was right next to a tiny little village. Thinking we had no chance of finding anywhere we were extactic to see a create of Guinness sitting out on the side of the dirt road just up ahead. Yup it was a bar (a little wooden shack) and ...
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