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... and also Brydes
(our skipper pronounced it like brude-es?) whales, which surface only very
momentarily, but was excellent seeing my first ones.
This day will forever be etched in my mind
as the first day I swam with a whale. To correct that former statement, 5
whales! Yes, everything worked out we got our timing and sense of direction
down pat and there were two whales one after the other, and the other behind,
though I was unable to ...
... it's mums legs. We had front seat viewing and it was everything you could could ever have expected to see in a park that contains over 500 elephants. It was breathtaking and fulfilled every expectation I have ever had, of what I hoped Addo would be. We finished our experience with a stop at the "main camp" and enjoyed the most delicious lunch while the kids played on the "elephant playground" and we wandered through the small museum full of life size bones ...
... it is the lesser of two evils here as sometimes there are 30+ patients waiting for theatre, and that wait is more harmful than the simple trauma being done over night to clear time for the complicated stuff in the day. Anyway, I’ve carped on long enough about that. George (my brother) was here the week before last. He is the first of my family to visit, and alice and I looked forward to it for a long time when we knew he was coming. I ...
... I couldn't possibly divulge all the details, but plenty of champagne, pink limos, pâté and a good dance made it all great craic. It really was the send off she deserves, and I'm now so excited for the wedding. The rest of the week was very busy, with plenty of catching up, shopping, eating, seeing friends and talking! It was strange to leave, but nowhere near as difficult as in October. I guess because then everything was so unclear and we had no ...
... for good food (and tequila!) and then to a club called 31 - on the 31st floor of a building with amazing views all over the city. It was a really fun night and good to be shown the nightlife of Cape Town by people who know it! It was also a chance for me to showcase a new outfit from Zara! The shopping in East London is somewhat limited, and I was so happy to be let loose in mango, topshop.... the trip to Zara was well executed, especially as Sam had given me a time ...