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... Johannesburg and Blantyre is about 1,700km. Our journey took us 57 hours in total. The journey was summed up by one of the passenger's arrival prayer - "Thank God for giving us patience, and delivering us safely".
Finally, we were in Blantyre.
We checked into the nearest backpackers, went straight to the bar and ordered two of the most well-deserved beers of our lives before we even got to our room.
We had completed 1,700km ...
... and "Chris" who had clearly spent most of his day making use of the off sales. He became our new best buddy ever. Whatever we asked him the answer was along the lines of " aaaagh Fo$) Of&. Anyway we bought what we needed and are now relaxing at the Hadida Guesthouse having a few Sundowners and talking a lot of what we do best, BS.
Will update you all soon.
The 2 weeks, 2 wheels, 2gether gang.
... wandering round the supermarket picking everything up and discussing how it could be made English. She was stopped by the others, but still managed to provide cheese and pineapple sticks (which went down a storm), cheesy chips, wine gums and cold custard shots with hundreds and thousands sprinkled on top.... Sarah and Lubka wore Queen and a Prince Charles masks which were also incredibly popular..... A very odd collection of British childhood memories ...
... the 3 course put on by the lodge, but decide to order in to my room. Looking forward to being on my own for a change. They have a wonderful service where you log in to a website, choose from several restaurants and a corner shop and they will bring it all to you, for about a 5 dollar delivery charge. It's fantastic. The Chinese I order comes in those lovely boxes you always see in movies. It's ...
... things? If it was so easy for these wise people to interpret the Bible in these ways, how can we be sure that we are not?
Visiting and touring Soweto was another amazing experience. Seeing the township added so much depth to the passages I was reading in Mandela’s autobiography. The passage in his book about the 1976 uprising in Soweto came to life as we were standing in the Hector Pieterson memorial ground. It was crazy to think that ...
How has this b&b rated in the past?
We were there for 2 nights in May and loved the accommodations, the gardens, the breakfast, Delia, and the guides (Felleng Tours) she suggested. Rudie & Agnes felt more like old friends after the fabulous days we spent with them touring JoBurg and Pretoria and environs. Totally reliable and enjoyable--can't recommend this whole setup more!
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