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... pretty cool place! We saw some more baboons at same spot on the N2 we did on the way to george. The farm shop we thought the cabin was beside was a bit further up the road and we stopped there for food. Tried to find thenplace ourselfs but decided to turn back and go to the tourist info at the farm shop, turns out it was only a couple more kilometers down the road and aign posted from there. Got to tri lodge thingy Got shown to our ...
... like I have already created life long friends and I will be sooo sad when I have to part from them. I have met a few cool guys from New York too so we all have so much fun. Last night was a calm night and we all laid low and just hung out. Classes are from 9-4, which means its a really long day. I have wifi a lot now so if you have an ...
... was surprisingly hot compared to how the morning felt. We went searching for some shade (there were portable umbrellas everywhere) and after getting yelled at in Afrikaans by two old guys for trying to steal their umbrella, resigned to sitting in the sun for a while.
This is where the real drinking began. We we all pretty toasted by the time we sat down - taste testing half of South Africa will do that to you, but sitting in the heat and downing glass after glass of wine ...
... on my android tablet, known as Navfree.
In the past this has done a pretty good job at getting us to our destination but it is fair to suggest if there is one area a SatNav fails it is when trying to avoid less desirable areas (as we where about to find out).
Somehow Navfree elected to take a short cut through a suburb known as retreat. After entering the suburb we realised the infrastructure around us was beginning ...
... are wonderful people, and meeting the patients is such a joy. Today we saw four patients. The first was a 73 year old woman named Emily ("The Golden Girl") who had very severe Arthritis, especially in her hands and feet. Her left leg had been amputated and when we asked why, she said she didn't know! But she did say that they had mentioned it might have been an unnecessary amputation... which is super sad. She was my favorite by far. She was so ...