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... br> The only problem for me was that you could see the crack in the mountain at the top for where we were aiming for at the finish. I'd have rather not have been able to see because while you're struggling to climb the finish point seems so small and far away. You can see the people up there and they look tiny!
But still, I was determined and after a total of 1 hour 15 mins we had made it, and it felt good! I could finally enjoy the views and get my camera out. It ...
Cape Town is a city of 4 million, traffic jams and high rises. No more huge spiders and frogs in our shoes. The last night at our camp in Botswana, we found 9 frogs in our room! Cape Town reminds me of Rio de Janeiro! Pristine beaches, the cable car ride to Table Mountain, business and government centers, extreme poverty and every luxury. Last night we enjoyed a delicious home hosted dinner with a working family in the suburb, Grassy Park. Yesterday, the Victoria and ...
... were well worth seeing. The day was topped off with a traditional African dining experience (complete with African entertainment.) It was "The Last Supper" for our tour group and time for goodbyes all around. We had two Dutch gals on the tour and they have a hilarious sense of humour. They had the wait staff put their own African head dress on them and, together with our Afrikaan tour guide of the past 10 days, sang a goodbye song in ...
Today was another early morning for us as we had our 7am Safari. The day started at 6:00 and with a clogged drain on our outdoor shower. Luckily there were two drains, but even sloshing the water over in the freezing cold air with simultaneously trying to wash your hair didn't prevent everything from getting into the room. Oh all this was happening while lions were roaring in the distant dark morning. Corey and I filled up hot water bottles ...
... we went, the sun just making its way over the horizon.
The previous night Bridgie had made me a very helpful map of the school but I
certainly was not prepared for the actual size of the place. Her and all her
netball friends gave me a tour and yowza it is a big school. They even have a
swimming pool in a glass building. I will try and nab some pictures because it
is massive. So there I am, 45 minutes early, sweating profusely