African Silhouette Guesthouse
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... shops, the sort that have "London" just beneath their name on the logo.
Tomorrow is safari, leaving any time from 5am to 8am, not sure yet. Heading for Kruger National Park, by far the largest national park in SA, it's the size of Wales. Going to be camping for 3 nights and returning to Jo'burg on Sunday evening, to a different backpackers as I don't fancy staying in the same place for 4 ...
... bye Tanzania, bon boyage). I first flew to Nairobi, Kenya which took about an hour. I had a 3 hour layover and enjoyed a delicious masala tea at the airport. I get such a thrill out of travelling and enjoy flying solo. Oh how I love to people watch too! I've grown accustomed to seeing women wrapped in kangas in Tanzania and in the Kenya Airport there were so many different attires. Women in full burkas, men partly wrapped in a white ...
... now! We decided to wait, we are fine killing time by checking email & looking at the blog.
Shortly after checking in Vanessa offered to bring us some wine "on the house" to make our unexpected time here a little more pleasant. We accepted & enjoyed our wine while waiting for the room. A short time later Roxy advised us that the rooms were ready. When we inquired about Vanessa, Roxy let us know that she was personally checking to make sure that our ...
... one night drinking and barbecue at Louis brothers down the road i soon found out it was well needed fortifications.
Louis was mugged outside the front gate 3 months ago. Plus both Louis and Wiloughby (louis housemate and sales guy) keep the biggest blades by there bed, obviously i played it cool and told them i do the same.
That just about the first day wrapped up. They are very chilled in there ways around ...
... Me-xi-co after loudly blowing into my Vuvuzela three times. By mid-game, my lips were tired and my chest muscles started to be a pain.
By the time half time hit, our section started to get nervous and upset. The worst thing is to be surrounded by angry soccer fanatics who are under the influence after drinking 20 Budweiser beers. They think they are drunk but really, its just the emotion. Still, they used their consumption to start getting into fights. ...