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... her voluminous figure, nice distraction while I was eating my very average hamburger. Sent it back as it was undercooked.
Spent a quiet night as I was not sure it was safe to go out walking. JNB has a very bad reputation when it comes to safety - all the houses are surrounded by very high electrified fences. Sad way to ...
... we get lost/found/lost again and generally have a freaking amazing time. I can't imagine a better bunch of people to be sharing this ridiculous experience with. Honestly, one of the hardest parts of the trip will be saying goodbye as everyone progressively departs. I'm not quite sure how I'm going to manage!
I've attached some photos of the shena****ns we got up to on the weekend.
That's probably it for now - I'm knackered, and desperate for a feed. Talk soon.
... capacity. Obviously, the route between Addis and Jburg is very popular. Our last experience flying Ethiopian Airlines left quite a bit to be desired, as the food, service and airplane was disappointing, but we are very pleased to have a very positive experience on this flight. The four and a half hour flight passes quickly, and we even wish it was longer so we could do more catching up on all of our reading, emails and other tasks.
... br> Other than that it was a really low-key day, thank the lord. My feet are still killing me.
My first impression of South Africa is rather pedestrian. Although not in a negative sense. It's very much like the US. It seems like a very nice place, the people are friendly and the food is good. It's the same impression I had the first time I went to Paris; you build up these foreign places as being frightfully different ...
My first thought, while looking down on this land from who knows how many feet above, was... "Well, the trees are different, and it's much greener..." At that point it was as far as I could think. Lack of sleep on the 14 (almost 15) hour flight was getting to me. But I still had to rush to make my South African connection to Polokwane (boarding at 4:35PM). Luckily we arrived in Jo-burg (what the locals call it) 30 ...