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We left Jo'burg at 5 o'clock in the morning in pitch darkness with our new group,just 3 people from NZ,a photographer from the local travel company and Sidney our local guide/bus driver. Our first stop was breakfast as the sun rose colouring the whole sky a hazy orange from all the dust presumably from all the coal mines and power stations that we could now see. The service station had its own animal park in the ...
... to photograph items for a little catalogue that will be available to volunteers. The sanctuary will start selling handmade arts and crafts. Some real lovely things are available and I have already reserved a few things. It is going to be great to do a wee photo job for them. Happy to be of service! The Sunday will end with another delicious meal. Just like this evening. The volunteers and the coordinators had a Braai and it was a very enjoyable night. It has to ...
We arrived at the farm, pausing to look at the giraffe in the neighbours, before tackling the dirt road to the house. It was when we got out that I realised I had been expecting the wrong thing. When staying on the farm, they camp, in tents, with a permanent little kitchen and bathroom and all their facilities close nearby. It was the greatest place, with lovely trees and a fire place: all ready at a moments notice to be put into use. This was of course due to ...
... sand from the mines or mine dumps can be reused in some beneficial way or if it causes a safety/health risk to those who live around it.
Next we walked along the main street viewing some history of the mines of Johannesburg.
Lunch - Mike's Kitchen!
What a wonderful atmosphere! Open garden where the table and chairs are covered with umbrellas. This would definitely be a regular ...
... two agriculture areas that we will drive through today, first is the High Veld (field?) and the other is the Low Veld. The High Veld is at an elevation of about 2,000 meters and is in the area north-east of Johannesburg. It is big for agriculture. They grow a lot of Maise(what they call corn) and soybeans and Speckled Sugars (what they call Cranberry beans that we grow) They export Maise to Ethiopia, Mexico and other parts of Africa. Their yeild for ...