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... way home but it was sooo hot we opted to go home and have an afternoon by the pool. It was about 40' without a stitch of wind at franschoef when we were having lunch. Carl opted to stay home with bongo the dog, and spent the day getting groceries and making curry for dinner. He made a spicy beef curry that was excellent. We also planned for bbq'd steak as the curry was going to be spicy, and me and Tammy are spice wussies. In addition to all of that Carl also made ...
... round the top of the mountain then headed down. The queues at the bottom were a lot bigger so it looked like we had timed it right. We returned to the hotel and enjoyed the rest of the afternoon in the sun by the pool. In the evening we had a sunset cruise booked which we had arranged the first day we arrived. It was going to be a lovely evening for it. Not as windy as the other nights spent at the waterfront. We went to the Ferrymans wharf for a drink beforehand where ...
... having lunch and playing some crib. Too soon Dick was there to pack us up to the airport for the first of our 3 flights home. Our first flight was late and as we had a very short layover in Johannesburg, was a bit worrisome but got there on time. The plane was pretty empty so we spread out and I slept from take-off to landing, missing the first of 5 airplane meals. The flight to AMS was 11 hours and left at 11:30 at night so after airline meal 2, slept pretty much to meal ...
... a lot harder than we thought. The up hills was manageable but the downhills put some much pressure on already inflamed knees and blackened toe nails from the Ironman the previous fortnight. The locals helped us get over Constantia Neck as by this stage we needed to do a fair bit of walking. We had both reached new territory in the terms of distance covered and was wondering how the hell so many people were training for the Comrades Marathon being 87 kms ...
... all turn in unison to look as well. Now have half a dozen people gawping at me down the aisle. For a good few moments. They're obviously thinking......who is he? Refrain from doing a little regal wave. That would just be taking the whatsit.
They retire to their seats. And I to mine.
Would you like your bed making? Says the beautiful, blonde, blue eyed Irish air hostess. And a Drambuie?
Who makes my night with a little wink.
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