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... Gary and Azelle, then Anton. It was a nice relaxed evening of pizza and good red wine. Next year will be his 40th. Good gracious!
We left the party with Gary and Werna so we can have a bit of a visit with them tomorrow before leaving for Cape Town on Monday. We’ll be seeing Cora and family in Port Elizabeth again for Christmas so it was a casual ‘see you in a bit’ goodbye rather than a teary goodbye. But it will ...
... tons of new roads – most of the time I have no idea where we are – everything looks so different. Duncan road, Atterbury road, Lynnwood – not recognizable!! By the way for you ex Durbanites all the street names in Durban have apparently been changed – West street in no longer West street – when I asked why West street had to have its name changed given that its not a name like Smuts or Kruger that has significance to the apartheid ...
... Africa! A bizarre situation. In a desperation attempt we headed to the tourist office where we were told that SA rand was accepted in Zim anyway! Now a lot happier, we headed to a Parisian-style cafe for coffee and an amazing slice of chocolate cake. All in a day's work! Now we must eat before the sun sets - fun stuff, and an interesting change to pap!
For a little more, have a read of Michael's post at http://graceschoolza.wordpress.com .
Talk to you in Zim!
We left Durbs and returned to stay for one more night with the ex-South African Minister of Education in Pretoria and their rapey dog.
England v Germany: Despite the horrendous defeat, I was gutted that we didn't make the journey to Bloemfontein for the game. After a frantic search, the only way would have been a £50, and 13 hour, bus journey arriving into the city an hour before KO. I would've still gone if I'd know how easy it actually ...
... will be available to be picked up so fingers crossed we could be on the road again tomorrow. Wahoo!
So we're stuck here another night in the St George's Hotel, the place teeming with Algerians. Rhian asked if perhaps the national team were based here, as they're all strutting around in white and green tracksuits. If it is the national team, then ...
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