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... which adds about an hour to the journey. Estimating when to re-fuel your car can also be a challenge - you drive through a town and think you will get to the next garage a fill up - 90 minutes later you are starting to wonder when you you will reach the next one! I have to mention the police looking for people speeding - it is a great game in South Africa and none more so than on the N-1. I lost track of the ...
... children has far too much pocket money. If your child has come home with designer shorts, shoes or watches, we are not to blame. Our next tour the pocket money will be delt with in a different way as we noticed that as soon as one child sees what the other is buying - then they go and buy the same thing. Its like a snow ball. I some cases I am convinced that some children spent the same amount ...
... some new old friends from Swaziland. Like many others we met, I suspect they are still trying to work us out. Rather than inflict a stay at the airport on ourselves, we bedded-down for the night at a near-by B B.......and bumped into Barberton Pete. So prolonged have been our goodbyes, that he must be wondering whether he'll ever see the back of us. To the not-so-distant rumble of burning jet fuel we drifted off to sleep. It makes a change from ...
... in the catch up of our blogs very much. Nonetheless I enjoyed the time spent with Tracey, even able to help out with some odd jobs here and there.
Pierre had managed to take half the week off work, deciding the Wednesday would be spent seeing an animal and snake park near Hartebeespoort dam. I was expecting mainly snakes but walking through was really impressed with the range of wild animals they had. I had not realised how large a Bengal Tiger really is. A lot of animals ...
... day. The jakaranda flower that fell on my lap through the open car window should have been a sign that it was going to be a good day we returned to the Italian Embassy. What relief and joy to find our Visa has been approved!
We could go ahead with our planning to spend 22 days exploring Italy, Austria and Switzerland's winter wonderland!
We will be meeting soon! :)