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... until the moment that the baby actually was helped. These are moments I will
never forget. But these are also precisely the moments that make me wonder how
it will be to be back in the Netherlands and how it will be to be back in the
school benches for 6 months, and these are the moments that will make saying
goodbye next week not the easiest week but definitely a really special one .
... On my second day I had to go back home from work alone. It was so stressful.
If you want the minibus to stop where you live you have to say the address soon enough but not too soon either. I mean not the address, just the street. Never give the full address!
So I was alone and wondering for the best time to say my street name, and then we crossed the bridge (that’s my signal that we are soon arriving at my place) and I was so stressed that ...
... there was segregation and racism; no mixing of the colours.
But there is hope. I could feel the energy of this optimism while in Cape Town, where it is quite multicultural. I think it has to do with Mandela, who was such an inspiring leader. He gave his
nation hope and the belief in resurrection. Children born after 1994 –the year he was democratically elected – are referred to as the ...
After our busy day shopping yesterday we decided to eat in at our hotel! The locals said a storm was brewing so best in the dry! After our gin and tonics we enjoyed a lovely meal of fillet steak , Parmesan crisps and vegetables followed by a lemon mousse with hazelnuts and ice cream . It seems that I may be leaving most of my clothes in Africa as the way things are going not many will fit me!!! Our wake up call at 5 45 am came all too soon as we prepared to leave The Cape ...
... despite standing outside his shelter, I never did meet Ilangwa. We developed a friendship over Facebook the last two years, and this time, I made it back to the shelter so I could finally meet my friend. I brought him a calendar of B.C., and a Canada pin. We had a wonderful chat. I spent about 30 minutes with him just talking about the shelter and Cape Town, before I finally walked home around 11 PM. Once back at the hotel, I just kicked back, enjoyed the meal, and watched TV till it was time for ...