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... as it only reached 20C. Everything is relative and for local people they feel the cold.
September is also "strike month" so the petrol pump attendants are on strike which means that they hide away from the pumps in their casual clothes and when you draw up to the pump they rush out, fill your car up, take payment and disappear again.
Still this is a great place to live and enjoy life.
... find it ourselves... ( I hate it when that happens :) ) My mother and I still need to go to the hardware store tomorrow to buy acetone for a nail kit I bought in Margate - it's a really neat set and works beautifully. I will put up photos when I've done my sister's nails - The kit was expensive but I rate it was worth it. I still have to unpack my matric vacation bag and pack for the trip.
Cannot wait any longer! :) Holiday here we come!
... smiling real smiles and having intellectual discussions about topics upon which I have suddenly found myself the expert, and I sigh and relax and let the knowledge that I have on the subject flow out of me and into them.
The next day is easier. We discuss creative writing – a subject that I love – and they complete numerous activities concerning point of view, character development, content production and freewriting, poetry and ...
... with a hidden camera. Ran out of the cinema after this!
Next day we had a nice lie in then Steve took me to see Toy Story 3 to make up for last nights film. It was hilarious!
In the evening we had a big night out with some top lads from England. Weird club, drinks cost over a fiver, until you offered the barman a few rand!
Next day we hired a car and went to the apartheid museum in Joburg. This was interesting but there was far too ...
... Pretoria proved to be a very friendly town and an open University where I found students, faculty, and staff alike not only willing but eager to engage with colleagues from the States. We had frank conversations about the impact of apartheid upon the current socio-economic climate in South Africa and the relatively new Zuma administration. Naturally, many shared their perceptions of the States and our ...