I just updated my photo section with 4 new albums. They pretty much describe what I've been up to the last few days, which have been pretty madness. Let me tell you about it. Last Saturday, the entire house went to Long Street, which is the major party street in Cape Town. We hit up 2 different venues and did some partying in the meantime. I think it was safe to say that everyone had a good time, I know I did. First was Zula which is about Mama Africa which is a famous 'traditional' African restaurant. There was a live band playing which was alright, but the balcony was quite nice overseeing Long Street. We then headed to Mia Mia which isn't really my type of place but I still enjoyed it nevertheless, it was a good night of drinking. Wednesday was the night of the AVIVA braai which was to celebrate the completion of all the construction going on at the house. The barbequed chicken was wonderful, and the company was great as always, but the beer ran short. They bought 4 2/4s of beer, 2 2/4s of Savannah, a cider, 6 cases of wine, and 8 bottles of champagne. And we ran out, but that was probably good since that was the night that I started to feel the effects of the food poisoning which started kicking in the night before. But it was nice to see all the volunteers at the present time together at AVIVA at one time, it's probably first and very sweet indeed. Thursday I was coping with the night before, but also with my stomach. Although feeling better, it was still churning and having cramps from hell, so I potatoed myself all day talking to Lucy and spending it on the computer pretty much till 7:30. That was when Ian and I decided to go to Robbie Williams. We talked about it before but we actually left the house at 8 and got there around 8:30 only to quickly buy scalped tix, to the sold out show of about 37 000, and to have a quick bite at McDonald's. We had Lower Bowl seats but considering how there was probably around 10 000 people on the ground level alone, we were gonna have a s***ty ass view. So Ian and I were behind the fenced area in front of the seats which were really s***ty especially cuz there was about 4 tall guys in front of us. But then we saw helluva lot of people running to the front and we followed to be sent to the Golden Bowl section, we budded in front of people who waited for hours to be about 25 rows back of the stage. Pretty sweet when you consider that Ian and I got there about 10 minutes before Robbie was suppose to appear. Friday, today, I went to the wildlife rehab centre which is another project of AVIVA's. The centre belongs to a woman named Pat, a very kind, animal-loving woman who has a beautiful home and mucho green. She owns a classic colonial home which I'm sure is worth millions and has a beautiful gardren. She's always loved animals and had a 'pet lion' for about 12 years which is amazing. At one point, her centre had 3 000 racing horses which was the largest in all of South Africa, she has millions of stories to tell and knows some very recognizable faces. For example, the duchess of Windsor stays at her place frequently, she knew Winston Churchill and his wife when they were alive, and stayed with her. She's currently married to an ex-Gold Medal Olympian who was also friendly. Her guest was a world-reknown horse rider in his day who told us that he just purchased as horse for 650 000 Euros, and he told us that was a steal. So yeah, these people are posh. Anyway, I'm back on shift. Cheers!