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... studio down after a successful year and wrapped his camera in cotton wool.
We will soon be in the middle of packing our house up and writing up the inventories - so please think of us! Then it will be back to New Zealand before heading off on the next adventure and chapter in our blog!!
Be safe, be festive and be fun!!
Russell and George
... by 7:20 to see Mieka get a special award in an assembly for her musical drumming contributions to the school. This was the first time that any family other than Cora and Simon have been able to attend an assembly for her so this was a special day for all of us. We then chilled in the garden and soaked up the sun before collecting Mieka from school and heading to White August, Cora’s favorite shop.
I could quickly see why this was her favorite: ...
... around in an open (very) truck was very bracing. But the offer of hot chocolate and rusks in the morning rest stop certainly helped to fortify us. We even managed to get some red wine for the evening tour! The bedrooms were cold but we just jumped into bed to find hot water bottles at the bottom which certainly helped and brought back many memories for us both.
Once we were back home, J&J had a couple of days of me driving them ...
... on a tour as they seemed to get on so well. In fact no one seemed to fall out although personalities were very diverse. Johan said that usually week two is when things start to fall apart within the group, so we were very fortunate.
We have seen the most magnificent sunsets and sunrises - an African sunset is pure magic. We have travelled more than 5,000 kms in the truck; we have seen so many beautiful animals and had so many amazing experiences and met ...
... homes with no electricity or running water, but there are other areas where people have very nice brick homes with garages and lawns. Some people, even after they were able to get better jobs and some money decided to stay in Soweto. We visited the Hector Pieterson musuem.http://www.southafrica.info/abou t/history/hector-pieterson.htm Hector Pieterson was one of the first students killed during the student protests in 1976 ...