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... these bottles contained some pretty toxic substances at some point in their usage. Things going 'bang' is also highly likely.
So, what with things that go 'boo' , things that go 'bang' and four very grumpy, moody and sweaty people confined in a small space for 5000kms this could turn out to be a blog series worth following guys!
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Thursday15th January 2015
... water. After T1 there was a long run to the bike and we were off on our ride with African drums thumping through the morning haze. Being not the most professional triathletes we didn’t drive the bike course pre-race so the first 14km’s of up hill through a few shanty towns was a less than welcome surprise. The support on course was amazing right form the get go with people lining the streets to cheer on the athletes. Around every corner was another group ...
... as an exhibit from the area that had been cleared as people have moved into new homes. It’s hard to believe that a family can live in such a basic home especially in winter when it really is very cold and the heavy rains must leak into the buildings. Probably we are just far too used to comfortable to imagine living in such a different home. Our tour ended with a drive back through the city and down the expressway to Summerstrand. Nelson pointed out ...
... And the day after Boxing Day? Usually we go Boxing Day shopping in Canada. Not in South Africa. The concept doesn’t seem to exist here. We actually had an exhausting day cleaning all of our camping gear (so NZ lets us in with it). Simon and Erik played pool and then we all curled up on the sofas for fish and chips, a bit of CSI and then the comic cartoon of Puss 'n Boots.
Yesterday we jumped on the trampoline and had an admin ...
... gin and tonic for the English, wine for us – out in the African wild – I was never too far from the vehicle …ready to make a flying leap and always keeping a wary eye out – two brown hyenas patrolled the area but kept their distance. An amazing experience. Back to the lodge for a shower, bbq dinner and bed. Our room in the Manor was beautifully made up with flowers decorating the towels and bed. A truly wonderful ...