40 on Ilkey B&B
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As day 40 ticked up onto the calendar, wow, It's been 40 days already: time is rushing past. Only 36 more days till my stay in South Africa is over. I have now travelled more than 30,000 km, with an average of 720 km a day, which is crazy. However this realisation didnt dawn on me until later as Sunday started early, with Gus, taking Max all the way out to the dam for a nice Sunday row. 40 minutes later... we made it. Johannesburg really needs to invest ...
... not forgetting my favorite place in South Africa - Cape Town and he humbling visit to Robben Island.
Along the way I have made many new and special friends - it would not be fair to name them all but they know who they are. The have and will be my friends for the rest of my life. Additionally I was able to meet up with some old friends who I had not seen for nearly 4 years - I am incredibly indebted to Adam and Katie in Sydney who out up with me for many week ...
... time and went round to reception. Bags down and had a bit of a wander, such a gorgeous place, so sad to leave, but I guess I'll feel like that everywhere. Taxi turned up, airport bound... So weird how the roads differ in different countries!! The taxis here are blue with a little yellow taxi thing on top and they beep people to move them out the way or to tell cars they r coming. Don't slow down for any people unlike in morocco where they just let people go and slow right down ...
... wished to see, but not been graced with in the wild, were housed here. The Honey Badger fascinated me, as it eats African Killer bees and because of this tolerance of poisons can kill and eat a black mamba.
Afterward Pierre took us up to his and Tracey’s wedding venue. The pictures do not do the place justice at all. It has a stables and a church that they were sprucing up. We walked around taking in the gardens as the men worked. Pierre said they were still building ...
... at all times and made sure to be very cautious whenever we were outside of our hotel or the tourist areas.
Given the continuing issues with safety in central Johannesburg, it was with relief that we realized our hotel was in Sandton, a prosperous suburb of Jo-burg. I had read that Sandton is known as "Africa's Richest Square Mile," but nothing prepared me for the sight of Aston Martin and Bentley dealerships lining the streets alongside Manhattan ...