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... got through to Lu on FaceTime!!! Was so happy it was great to see her and speak to her after so long, home in 5 nights can't believe it will be over :(:(:( excited to see everyone though especially Lu and law and give Ella a big hug, and the fact that I'm going home to a car and work, even though it's exams wtf am I talking about I'm blabbing now lol, going to sleep in our lovely ant ridden home with the friendly lizard, got to be ready to leave at 7 should be ...
Thursday 14th November 2013 Late start to the morning. We were all feeling slightly delicate after our heavy session last night. After toast and coffee we felt slightly more human. Kevin then took me over the park to fly his helicopter again. It is stressful, because if he crashes it the cost to repair it can be as much as £400 or if it hits you it can cause serious harm with the rotor blades turning at 2,800 revs per minute. Crash free, we returned to the house and Kevin set ...
... like the issue was with our travel agent and they organised us alternative accommodation...which turned out to be amazing and a little more luxurious with a super friendly manager called Sookie.
We experienced our first scary moment when our driver from Airport Game Lodge was swapping us over to Sookie's car and a Zimbabwean man that we were travelling with very seriously told me to be more careful with my luggage and where I stood ...
... cars, guides, 4WD, research and delivery) in Eastern Africa. Whilst I've only mentioned two people here, it was our entire team that made this experience one to cherish. The knowledge, support, delivery and excitement they expressed in showing me their Africa was evident and such genuine warmth and total support gives me even more reason to bring as many Aussies to Africa. Annabella, Peter and our entire team, thank you once again. - Shaun Scrooby and our team in at ...
... puffy white cottony clouds as if searching for something out of the ordinary! Nothing was seen! A small snack was served which was greatly appreciated. It was now 2:30pm and I was hungry.
The flight was uneventful and by 3:30pm, had landed in Johannesburg in ...
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