Westpoint Executive Suites
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... Kliptown Youth Center. It was an uncomfortable and embarrassing feeling to leave the squatter camp where hunger is common and enter this posh hotel to have a three course buffet. That was a difficult meal to swallow.
Our tour guide told us that the overall unemployment rate across the country currently stands at 25%, which is bad enough (in fact, it's about the same unemployment rate as in the U.S. during the Great Depression). But for black ...
... severity and regularity of the storms. After half an hour off the astro we went back on for an hour working on short corners and realistic game plan scenarios. We returned to our accommodation to get changed into our number 1s of chinos, shirt and tie for the opening ceremony. The group had a great evening socialising with the other teams and enjoying the entertainment, they were also given African drums to use to keep up with the music and do a bit of team ...
... example for the world.
I had these last few pictures that were taken while traveling through the Johannesburg airport. With the news of his death today, I thought it good timing to post them with another writing.
It seems a long time since I returned home from my trip to Africa. There has been a lot of water under my bridge since I returned. I haven't had the opportunity to really reflect ...
... me to stay a friend's guesthouse the Avalon which is between their two houses. I'm no further than a mile from either of the Wallis's or Websters.
We arriived at the Webster's shortly after 6 pm. it's a beautiful summer evening with the temp in the high 70's. It is clear and gorgeous as the Webster's yard is full of greenery and plants and bushes of all sorts. The main attraction was Jason and Monique's newborn daughter Kayla...a spunky little girl. They ...
I slept well and didn't need an alarm to wake up at 5am. Tents and belongings were packed away...Kruger is waiting for us! By 7am, we were fed and on the road. Our first stop was at the Shalati pre-school. We had the opportunity to visit and interact with 3 and 4 year olds. The school has 85 student from ages 0-4. One teacher and two teacher's helpers organize activities for the children and provide them with 2 meals per ...