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Tuesday was spent chilling around the Silber’s, which allowed me to Skype back
home which was great. Everything seems to be rolling exactly the same, but
without my added input of awesomeness. I then headed to Cresta to finish off my
gift shopping, which was incredibly unsuccessful, before meeting Rachael at the
Cinema’s as it was half price Tuesday
and Amanda had decided we should see a movie ...
While on my way to Johannesburg, I read up on tips on driving there. General rules for the road are 1) drive defensively and assume everyone else is crazy. 2) Its ok to run a stop light if you feel like you're in danger. 3) leave some distance between you and the car ahead in case you get boxed in by carjackers. Thankfully these tips weren't needed, except perhaps for 1). South Africa's reputation for terrible driving is partially ...
... South Africa. After leaving the museum, you can't help but feel horrible for being a white person while simultaneously feeling appalled that the policy only met its end 20 years ago. The fact that Africans and whites can coexist peacefully and that the country didn't descend into a bitter civil war is something of a miracle. There are of course, much like the United States, extremist factions that continue to operate, both Afrikaans and African, that are not ...
... pleasant places to be. We arrive at Bondi's parents house, its lovely garden, Moroccan style turret room and real British pub (I'm not kidding its bigger, better and nicer than most student halls bars) by his pool. His Dog rums to greet us, his dad opens a beer and mum shows us to a room.
The journey has taken 6hrs give or take, not the many weeks of horse wagon hardship it once would have. But we are here, finally stag one of ...
... fine. Don't need a visa for South Africa so easiest part of the arrival was at immigration. Once through and all checked in, I wandered around the airport which, whilst not as big as Sydney, is quite expansive and very easy to navigate around. Should have changed cash over prior to going thru security for my domestic flight...as as I sit here writing this I could do with a coffee. (Adding to this ...