Rob, the volunteer who managed my luggage truck, and wrangled my gear and the gear and complaints of 300 other people, and who slept in said truck.
I think I toodled around Salinas and some of the other towns to find some coffee, see some sights and find a veteranarian .....600...
The entrepreneur and lifestyle expert also divulged what she misses most about her pre-pregnancy life: happy hour.
'I must have been eating more cheese and wine than I realized, because I've really been missing them,' she said.
'I haven't had crazy cravings, but I've had some food aversions.
One woman hit the deck 1/2 mile from the finish and 50 feet in front of me.
The San, who were mainly hunter-gatherers, and the culturally similar Khoikhoi, who were mostly pastoralists, were the only indigenous inhabitants of South Africa’s western Cape.
The eastern Cape, south of the Limpopo River, was home to Bantu-speaking black African cultures including, among several others, Zulu in the north and Xhosa in the south.
In the mid-seventeenth century, South Africa’s human history changed drastically as the Cape became a station for re-supplying Dutch ships bound for the East Indies.
A colony of Dutch farmers (eventually known as “Boers”) was established, and they were joined by smaller populations of English, Scandinavian, and French settlers.