Grand Daddy Hotel
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This morning Paul drove me to OR Tambo airport in Johannesburg. I was meeting a good friend that I have known from university many years ago. Rachel's flight should have landed by now. I wandered around looking for her and then found her at a little cafe. It was strange to meet with her in this part of the world. The last time I had seen her was …
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... three paragraphs from the Malawi border in a post office, but on the road, you work with what you have.
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... the size of my living room approximately. Our next patient, again more pit bulls. And doves? The teenage boy living there literally had cages of doves in the back and was setting them free to fly and they came back!? Why (I kept thinking) would they EVER come back. They were trained to his whistling. The living conditions here were like a little compound, filled with scary dogs. One got out, nearly bit us all and scared the life out of us. ...
... the apartheid era in the colored areas.
On the traffic island beside Church square is the old slave tree where slaves were sold till emancipation in 1834. The nearby Groote Kerk (mother church of the Dutch Reformed Church) has an understated external appearance (especially considering the grand and bizarre examples we had seen in Spain earlier in this trip). The interior was also sparsely appointed but we were quite surprised to see the ...