Tom's fairly typical place


Saturday, July 02, 2005

Hello there, if you're just tuning in this is the place where I, Thomas Michael Ryan Hennessey, have elected to store a large portion of the photo's taken during the Experiential Learning term in South Africa. More photos may be found here, at Webshots.

To view them in some semi-ordered state, please start at the bottom, the captions are on the top of the picture. Cheers!

Edit: Checking this after a few months, updated webshots link, and edited useless comments. Go me!

And that's us about to land in Atlanta.  Posted by Picasa

We left that night. Posted by Picasa

A happy reunion in Joburg. There was another reunion to, but I didn't get any pictures of it... Posted by Picasa

And that's that Posted by Picasa

huh. Posted by Picasa

hmmm Posted by Picasa

hmm Posted by Picasa

Uh huh. Posted by Picasa

wait a second. Posted by Picasa

And then this, ok, fair enough. Posted by Picasa

Of all the pictures where I don't know what's going on, these that follow are ones where I know the least. I asked Ashley to take a photo outside the plane as we were leaving on the first leg of the international flight. This is what followed.  Posted by Picasa

This was called the Rainbow Nation. My was it tasty. Posted by Picasa

The band again. Posted by Picasa

The band Posted by Picasa

After dinner we went here for some more music. Good stuff, kind of a rhythm and opera. Posted by Picasa

Rumors that I can tie a cherry stem into a knot are simply untrue. The very notion is preposterous. Harumph. Posted by Picasa

I don't know what's going on here. Posted by Picasa

This on the other hand is architecture. Posted by Picasa

I think this is dancing. Posted by Picasa

A good time was had by all at the last meal in SA. Posted by Picasa

Jesse and John, who claims he is not to be photographed while eating or something. Posted by Picasa

Katy, Ally, Megan, Ashley preparing to take their meals home or, more likely, give them away. Posted by Picasa

Nearly last dinner with Jesse and Ally at a really good Portugese place. Posted by Picasa

More Robbin Island. A community of people live there and maintain the museum now, including both former guards and prisoners. Posted by Picasa

One of the cells. One of the many cells. Posted by Picasa