For all you ladies seeking a mate- not only am I funny, intelligent, cute, and can bring home the bacon, but note that I am also immune to hepatitis A & B, yellow fever, typhoid, measles, mumps, rebella, chicken pox, polio, and temporarilly malaria. For those who read the news- yes it is lariam, but I am no longer at Ft. Bragg. Clean as a whistle for the personal ads, folks.
Note: pictures that have some sort of frame on one side were taken by John.
Added them to the site May '03. His shots from the 60 rolls he took were
incredible, and these are just a taste of what he got.
February 2008- In prepartation for my March return to the continent I've been going back through the pics and have scanned in a bunch more pics, or rescanned some of the old ones back in as bigger. With everyone having high speed connections the way I do these web pages can be a lot more robust than just a few years ago.
Thursday August 29th- Delta #2006 AUS to ATL 5:30am to 8:53am
Incredible page By Bruce Damer describing the Soweto Township better than I ever could.
Hector Peterson Memorial
On our tour we also saw Nelson Mandela's two houses, Bishop Tutu's house, and ate a buffet dinner in a Soweto restaurant, with "real" African food which reminded me of Jamaican food.
Black Baby Jesus, funny enough flashing the piece sign like the kids earlier
Regina Mundi Church
While the township was filthy, the cars
of Joburg were primarily BMWs, Mercedes, and Audi. And the skyline reminded me
of Seattle for some reason, although at this point I can't picture it any more.
"Visiting without a companion who has local knowledge is likely to be
disasterous."- Lonely Planet
Stayed at the Orion Hotel Devonshire,
Cow waiting to be slaughtered for a family celebration