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... memorable stop was the stands where ladies were preparing a true local delicacy, barbequed sheep’s heads. Traditionally these would be used in the tribes for special occasions and ceremonies but these ladies had created a very popular business by preparing the heads for sale to locals with some extra spending money and also to a couple of restaurants who served the popular dish as a special item on their menus. It was certainly interesting to see and ...
... before we left so a bit unhappy but no major problem.
Went to get our windshield protector and this time we found that what they had did
not fit so we have to get it in Johannesburg.
Last day was spent getting the generator ...
In the last week since I've written, we have visited the west coast of South Africa. There we swam in icy seawater, ate beautiful food, tasted fresh olives, soaked up both sunshine and rain, and breathed in wide open landscapes. My spirits were low for much of the trip. I felt that although we had come to the exciting Cape, most of my time was spent waiting for other people to get moving each day. I ...
... no way you’ll catch me in genital length khaki shorts, long socks and sandals. Perish the thought of wearing a two –tone shirt and waistcoat pockets to stash enough bullets to bring down a herd of buffalo.
I visualize myself as a free spirit and when I close my eyes I am strolling along a deserted beach at sunrise looking for shells, beads or washed up pieces of treasure. I shade my eyes and stop at shack ...
... of the landscape, but you couldn't resist the urge to jump into photos when hundreds of people were surrounding this one sign. There is an inherent absurdity in watching so many tourists flocking to have their photographs taken and then immediately hopping back on their tour buses to head back to Cape Town. At the end of the day, the tour was a lot of fun and again, it came more down to the relationships I had made during the experience rather than ...