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... sat and watched the sun go down. It was truly beautiful. The hike up was quite an incline with ladders and chains to hoist yourself up. I wouldn't recommend if your afraid of heights and do take a torch as the way down is dark and steep. Thanks for the advice to pack a torch dad, it came in handy after all! I'm sad to leave Cape Town but I know it's not goodbye for ever. Thank you SA for the great music, food , people and more importantly the hunters ...
... my. Laugh and I laugh at her laugh, with all those we end up laughing a lot. Literally my trip would not have been what it was if I hadn't had Hailey. Saying good bye to these people was so rough. I'd said bye to so many people through thr week already as people weren't going to be around for the weekend when I leave . So when it was time for me to leave I had Michael, Hailey, Steph, patti, leonie, v-dash, Molly and Meghan saying bye to me. The guy was running later ...
... in Durban. Waiting for stu and Jess until they finally text to say they won't be joining us. 8 o'clock thanks very much once again. Hostel bar springbok burger and shots while it took 2 hours to cook it. Malibu and 2 drops of Tabasco, who would have thought that would work!?! Messaging Laura and Glenda at their wedding in the uk past 1 not the best idea in the ...
... made sure to go with someone whenever I needed to withdraw cash. There is so much more that could be done to help the kids in this area. So many of them see and experience so many terrible things at a young age, from gangs violence, to substance abuse, to domestic violence, which shapes who they become as an adult. It is wonderful to see that the programs and volunteers can and does make a positive impact on them. These children are so beautiful and full ...
... I managed 4 and Jackie just the one. All this was washed down with 3 pots of tea. Stuffed to the brim, well you have to get your money's worth, we waddled back to the pool, which was now heaving with people. It was quite chilly and only then we realised that it was gone 6.00 and we had been eating for nearly 2 hours! We headed back to our room, (where they had left us some free cakes!) showered and then headed out to The Waterfront. We were shocked at ...
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