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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and making you aware that we (mankind) only destroy the world. Driving a bit further up in the bush I saw a big herd of Impala with a lot of babies. On the way back a family of Jackhals crossed my path. Next day we were even more lucky as we spotted a baby Gnu, just born. Mother and baby were still recovering as we drove by. The Wildebees herd waited at distance for the new born. It was a lovely weekend on the farm. Looking forward to be back. Its ...
... have already made plans for the rest of the weekends. Namely, this Saturday, we will be picked up at 6AM. Juggling this information we wanted to get whatever experience we could get from these busy shifts. So tonight we will be working from 5-10PM.
It was very nice being able to relax during the day and plan on heading to the hospital later. One issue we had yet to solve was how we were going to get back to the flat when we were done. A constant amount of people ...
Annie and Lindsey encountered Patient 21 during their first week of casualty. A 19 year old male with a water scalding second degree burn on his right buttock for disobeying his mother. She dumped a pot of boiling water on him. According to the girls he was in severe pain. He came in by himself. When he was telling his story the Doctor said "Well, you should listen to your mom". The boy replied with "No, you don't understand. I wasn't doing anything ...
... church was beautiful inside. Most of all the acoustics were what impressed me the most. It was a long mass of an hour and a half mostly due to the abundance of church songs. There were some typical songs I recognized from my days in a catholic middle school. But there were also songs in the local languages. Nothing too out of the ordinary, although the choir did have a little dance with clapping for one upbeat melody. The choir as well ...
Driving into Haenertsburg we begin shouting out places that look good to grab a quick lunch. We all spotted The Red Plate and agreed it looked like a great option. At this point it's close to 11:30AM. We need to figure out where to park and eat somewhat quickly because this is not our main destination for the day. We sat on the porch in the sun. From here we had a nice view of the entrance to the small town with bluffs in the background. I was served the best vanilla latte I've had in such ...