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... really become even better organized where they live now.
The Wallis family has moved from here and live in Tzaneen and I really miss not seeing them and being in their home that used to be close by. We had been there so many times and it was a regular place for us to stop in to. They are fantastic folks that are personable, serving and everything you'd expect of a Christian. It's too far away for us ...
... come along for the walk. He finally left me and jumped on the others. Apie, the monkey actually made the tour. Walked past a large number of mango trees with mangoes dripping from the branches on way back to car, were very tempting to take but it was clearly marked for the monkeys. Do they really live in a natural and wild environment which includes mangoes? On way home we stopped at the curios shops. These are rows and rows of little ...
... so went for a late lunch at a trendy mall near where Gert works. There was a stunning arrangement of King Proteas and some interesting statues (donkeys) that the children are able to play in – one has water fountains around it and the kids apparently love to frolic in it the summer.
That evening I joined Gert and Irene and her niece and family for a barbeque before heading back to Linda’s for a chat and then ...
... ghetto towns of the city, like Soweto.
I think you're much better off spending your vacation time around Cape Town, rather in Johannesburg.
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... to visit the Mall again beside our hotel to pick a few things up. To our great surprise, it was jam packed this time. Clearly, Saturday is the big shopping day. The people shopping in the huge mall were half in half – half white and half every other color in the rainbow.
We then went back to the hotel and watched the two semi-final Curry Cup rugby games on TV. Right after that were about 4 Heineken Cup rugby games from the UK, but by that time, we had had ...
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