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... drop of water.
Sweating, wilting and very close to dehydration we scanned the surrounding bushes for any early trip surprises. It's not uncommon here to see bush buck quietly grazing on the side of the road only 10kms out of the city.
'Hey look guys!' I said suddenly, finding some spark in the punishing heat. 'That mountain kinda looks like a boob.' My unimpressed companions groaned and ...
... About one minute later somebody comes to get you and hoists you back up. You can't fully appreciate how good it was until back on secure land but then the adrenaline buzz is ridiculous. I could have fought a lion. We made our way back to PE (I accidentally left my camera in the hire car) and waited at Albeit for the clan to arrive. They did, and we said our gooodbyes. It was so sad. So so sad. I wanted to go back to Kwantu. Nonetheless ...
... sat down in the restaurant, seen the staff sat around doing nothing and were faced with a disclaimer including confidentiality agreement our minds were made up… we weren’t going to stay. We asked to speak with the volunteer coordinator (who looked about 12) and explained our issues. The only thing in our favour was that due to money transfer issues and mistakes with the bank details they’d sent us, we hadn’t paid them a penny. It was ...
... together. After finally catching up with the rest of the group, they were all looking tired and confused. Many of the parents who came along asked how much longer we had. I had no idea. They were looking real tired.
I didn't know what to tell them as Father Jerry didn't even tell me. People started checking their reception. One phone had reception. It was also getting cloudy and cooler and you could see that after 10 minutes of ...
... talking about this with South African friends it made more sense. As they explained, the white South Africans (richer areas) have huge walls around their homes. Just to give you a better picture, they also have spikes or barbed wire at the top. They then have burglar bars and alarm systems around their house as well. This serves the purpose of preventing robberies because crime rates are very high here unfortunately. Sometimes I think it is a bit of paranoia.