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... boot of her car, we made our way through the Museum Exhibitions.
It was a sobering journey!
Nelson Mandela is HUGE over here and there are entire exhibitions that showcase his life from a young boy to his death in 2013 at the age of 95.
He is revered by blacks and white alike as the 'father of the nation' and there are currently plans underway to make the date of his death, December 5th, a public holiday in South ...
... Graham and Wendy arrived for dinner after Graham met with his town house management group and Wendy finished her Yoga class. Another very enjoyable evening with much entertainment provided by Ant. It is so lovely to see him in such good spirits and he told us that the day was the most fun he had had in years. We hope his circumstances change for the better soon. What a fun night. Soooooooo tired..... Sleeeeeepppppppppppp. Ps Can't wait for ...
... shouted to their face till they were paid to shut up. Talk about captive audience. To be fair, Malawians take religion seriously. Malawians are confounded about how foreigners don't. One Malawian I met suggested he should pack his bags and move to the west to be a missionary. Wonder what livingstone would think about that. I boarded the bus with some difficulty, since I'd bought my ticket online, but the city was struck by a power outage so they couldn't retrieve my ...
... Zanzibar. Hand out. Tip Him.
The driver says before we go can you please fill in my visitors book. THIS POOR ******* WAS THE STRAW THAT BROKE THE CAMELS BACK. JIM WENT OFF.
Clare filled in the visitors book because it was plainly obvious we were not going anywhere if we didn't. Into Zanzibar. Stop at hotel. Tip Him. (Remember all these transfers are paid for back in Aus).
Long earned drink and dinner here and into bed for a long earned rest. Tomorrow Zanzibar here we ...
... in the 80's one mine reached a dept of 3447m !!!
The population of 5.7 million people is living in parts of Jo'burg named like Sandton, Newtown, Braamfontijn, Melrose, Parkwood etc. Soweto is Jo'burg biggest township with a population of 2.3 million. It got it's name Soweto because it's short for South Western Township.
How we end up in Jozi?!
About 3 years ago I met Ian in the Amazone of Brasil, we travelled together for a while and because of ...