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Today was a very cool day.
We had to get up early and it was COLD. After getting breakfasted and dressed we headed off to Wits and the PaleoSciences Institute to see MH1, Homo sediba, "Karabo" discovered by Prof. Lee Burger. We were introduced to Karabo by the outreach director and we also got to see some very interesting things about his …
We entered the vault!!! The Broom Room, the actual real live holotypes fossils for quite a few hominid fossils and Master Ples.
After Dr. Verrelli gave us a good lecture about a bunch of fossils we got to look around the Museum upstairs. Kaitlyn and I went through the collection together....it was very interesting to say the least. Quite …
We finally made it.
I got about 6 hours on the flight it was wonderful.
We had some issues with Vera (Virgin's AVOD) so the Purser was freaking out to make sure none of the Upper Class passengers were upset. Eventually it came on, I watched a Steve Coogan special during dinner and then made my bed and went to sleep.
... hides. The hide parking area has a tall fence, but the gate is wide open, so any animal can stroll in, but signs are always posted warning if you get out of your car, you do so at your own risk. The hide has a long path with a heavy gate and it closes behind you, so you are protected and safe. As you continue to the end of the path there is a covered long hut with benches ...
... well in their remaining exams, and it was just like talking to students in Australia!
A visit to a local 'shebeen' is a must on a visit to Soweto. These are local drinking holes. Here we tasted the local Johannesburg beer (foul!) and were entertained by a group of very double-jointed young men.
We stopped at the Hector Peterson Memorial and Museum. This sacred site is dedicated to the memory of ...