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Anyway it wasn't too long after this that I negotiated to buy a small Flooring business, where we renovated and installed timber floors. It was hard work as I didn't have all my strength back and often felt weak and nauseous. I struggled to digest food and was intolerant to quite a lot of different foods. Diarrhea was a constant problem but I soon realised what I could and could not eat. The main thing was cutting down on portion size as my stomach was now about ...
We started off this morning with an emotional good bye to Granny J and the boys at 5 am. Our taxi managed to get 100 m down the road and broke down!!! Granny J thought I was joking when I phoned her to say her taxi services were urgently required. Our new taxi ...
... who provide a meal a day for the orphans at the school. This year we have incorporated some orphans from the school next door which has grown our numbers to almost 50. We leave at lunchtime and pick up fresh vegetables and meat as well as rice, pap, and every other week many more food items to take to the school for them to use to cook with. We then run a sunday school lesson, songs, worksheets or games to teach the children about the bible. ...
... Africa, was actually a series of ziplines in the mountain treetops in the Karloff area. Screaming down ziplines from treetop to treetop at distances from 75 m to 200 m is a real rush! I could get hooked on this "Sport" very easily!
Before my departure, we did manage one more real training ride of a series of 2.2 km up and down loops in the hills, and it must have paid off because my last run from Lesley's house seemed much easier the last time than ...
... They watch the animal tracks and let the driver know which direction to go in. As we drove through the dense forrest, we saw a couple of bull elephants and then the tracker picked up lion tracks on the clay sand. Their tracks are huge, at least as big as your hand. After many twists and turns, the tracks go into a part of the forrest that is too dense for the vehicle to travel into. The tracker and the driver leave the ...