Claires Of Sandton
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... before, well not in a while. Defiantly not as good as the one in Sydney but it did take me back to the day, in which I clearly remember my mate Mr Weber wearing a stupid mask and telling people, with great knowledge, the dangers of running. So this storm occurred and it was really windy. Couldn't capture it the best but Instagram became alive with some great pictures of the sand storm front. Much excitement at the Silber residence.
Already experienced two black outs ...
Sentinel Rock was huge and dominated the skyline. Too difficult to climb the almost vertical cliff face, but we did climb behind it to reach the top of the Amphitheatre at just over 3,000 metres, and it was bitingly cold with a strong wind blowing across the mountains. Because it is winter, there was no water flowing over the falls; just ice covering its face and rock pools above. Descended some scary ...
... African Airways SA49
Aircraft: Airbus Industrie A319
Cabin Class: Economy
Change of plane required. Time between flights : 3:20.
... mostly had small digital cameras so distant shots were impossible. I asked the Chinese man if he could email me some of the photos. He agreed to do this and I was very grateful.
On arrival back to camp I wandered off to see the orphaned cubs and the baby giraffe. The giraffe was harmless but one of the cubs did have a snap at me. They might look cute but are ...
... s such a small world though - they had been doing an internship in a township in Cape Town and had been living with 4 Birmingham medics on their elective also so knew exactly what we had been doing! We stopped off for lunch and shopping before heading to a wildlife rehabilitation centre which takes in injured or poisoned animals and tries to make them better before releasing them back into the wild. It was a really great place and its good to see that these animals ...