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... for him. Joanne (Jo) my cousin and Ant, my uncle, arrive mid morning. What a joy it is to see them. There are tears, hugs and much reminiscing. Both of them look really well. We are all buoyed by happiness. We jump in the car and head to the Walter Sisulu Botanical Gardens. Wow!!! Such a truly beautiful place. Everything is clean, the gardens are meticulously maintained. Finally after 30 years.... I see my first weaver bird nests... ...
... I didn't really want to think about, straight through an old mine shaft in the ground to a depth that I didn't want to think about. We stayed in the line for an hour and a half, with me really un-keen to do the ride, not helped by the constant screams coming from 60m above us, nor the sign, at the exit to the ride, that read 'due to safety reasons, ad the extreme thrill of the ride, riders must wait 10 minutes before riding ...
... to go.
It was a bittersweet moment as I packed my bags as I quickly came to the realization that our trip was halfway through. Well let me make the best of it I thought.
At the airport I was reminded of how much items I had already purchased. I had to pay the over-weight price of $250 Rands to bring my items along with me to Cape Town. I didn't care. The items I had was priceless to me. I quickly paid my $250 Rands
... bus. But, lol, the bus was stuck in the mud... Out comes a heavy
... plummets by 4 to 5 degrees as we level off and will for the remained of our time up here on this plateux.
Stopping for fuel, the air is crisp. Like a ski town bright lights of coffee chains, Wimpy (yes Wimpy is superabundant here) and other greasy food joints draws tired motorists under the small precocious bumps which mark the start of the Drakensberg chain of mountains.
As we continue on ever widening ...