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Travel Blogs from Grahamstown
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Our first full day and it's an early start to get ahead of the coming heat, ready to go at 6am. Just a typical working day ...
... Bean at the Lone Hill Shopping Centre joined by Brad and his uncle 'Tem' before going to the house. That evening we had a nice braai also joined by Brad's Gran (and 'Tem's' Mom), 'Gunny', a lovely character with strong views on SA's crime and politics!
On Sunday we had a nice breakfast at a local Wimpy and then set sail to OR Tambo, dropped off in good time by ...
We have decided to treat this slight mishap as a good omen as we did pass quite a serious accident at the point we would have been at if we had not forced ourselves to take a quick tour of the Western suburbs. Luckily from now on we have the navigation skills of bus drivers, ferry captains and train drivers to rely on.
At the moment we are relaxing and recharging in ...
... who has been living and working in and around London for the
past 5 months, finally arrived.
Flew via Cape Town, so was lovely to spend the afternoon
with Matthew, before departing. Tarryn met me at Gatwick, so was thrilled to
see her. She’s looking really well - a
sight for sore eyes! We made our way to our hotel in the West End. That
evening, we took the underground and had a stroll along the Thames and had
supper at ...
... in our first week. Later on at school the children started teaching us bits of Xhosa - it's proper hard. Lots of clicks and things that they were just laughing at us for because obviously we were getting it completely wrong! Waved goodbye to the children - no more teaching :(
Had lunch, wrote up our American-English slang dictionary for Spitz who is fascinated by the words we use. Max did a good job - I especially ...