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There really isn't anything overly enjoyable about a 15 hour nonstop flight from New York to Johannesburg, but decent meals, a pretty good selection of movies, and free refreshments does make it a little easier. The 79 Peace Corps volunteers, ranging in age from college students to senior citizens, are all heading form Botswana for a 2 year commitment to build, teach and create memories of a lifetime. We certainly have a lot of admiration for them!
Getting off the plane ...
... guard, "Hellllllooooooo ma bruder! You can not chew the gum!!" So Craig spits the gum out on the floor ( Noooo.....only kidding) so Craig removes the gum and places it in the bin. But I couldn't help laugh to myself because the rubbish littering the landscape is appalling. Ian picked us up and we worked our way through peak traffic to his house, about 45min drive. Ian has a beautiful townhouse that has a peaceful, beach house feel. ...
... representation till he tripped up on the word constituency, which K gently taught him. K told him she learnt it on a TV show, to which the marine retorted "TV is for the weak". Everyone at the party seemed shocked i'd taken and survived a 33hr bus journey. Say what you want about rough and rumbling marines, the concept of a long bus journey is beyond what they think the human body can absorb. Above-mentioned marine talked about how in his humble opinion, there are 2 kinds ...
... doesn't matter you are coming into Zim so pay for Visa please sir. Good old Megabwe.
Driver two takes us to the Airport and drops us in the car park. Tip him.
Men decend on us everywhere to take our bags to the entrance of ticketing. I wave them off as I am over the tipping and dollar drain. Clare happily hands over her bag and the tipping starts all over again.
Lucky we rushed we only have 2.25 hours to wait for our flight. Head to the bar and Clare ...
... shopping malls, clinics and the Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital, the largest acute care hospital in the world, which serves ±1.5 million people and provides specialist treatment to the country as well as to surrounding African states.—Wikipedia
Although Apartheid was abolished in 1994 there is still a long way to go. Economic and
social inequalities still exist today. Jo’Burg has a 25% unemployment rate,
most of which are blacks. In the far ...
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