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We are into day 2 of our introduction into our role at TWR - we are feeling overwhelmed with information and have lots to comprehend. It was a day of sharing our background; seeing and meeting various department heads and enjoying another great meal out at Nando's - a franchised ...
... night, and incredible meals. I was relieved to find that my sleeping bag was comfortably warm since I had never believed that sleeping bags actually worked until this trip. There were several nights of sub 0 degree C temperatures, but I was never cold. I may have had the largest sleeping bag (since I chose synthetic), but I slept so well.
In S. Africa, we went on our first game drive through Kruger National Park where we ...
... Sydney at 10.15. Only 11,243 km (12.5 hours to go!!). Plane half empty. Spare seat between myself and a guy who turned out to be a park ranger from Tanzania (originally from South Africa). Watched "Tracks" Australian movie about Robyn Davidson's 1,700 mile trek across dessert terrain of Western Australia. Then Hunger Games (part 2) and Atonement. Such a long flight, forgot how long ...
... corner we visited a shanty town, still a part of Soweto. This town had around 30 to 40 thousand people living in it. It was no bigger than a cricket field. It was full of corrugated iron sheds housing anywhere from 10 to 20 or more in 5m x 5m. Adults sleep in the beds, kids on the floor. We were toured around by a young man who grew up in this town. There was water available from several taps in the centre of town. Public portaloos were also in the centre of town. ...
... pleasantly surprised and for mine, a better offering than the more snobbish Ole Sereni nearby. And there we have it...done! As I write this on the Kenyan Airways flight to Johannesburg, there are a number of snow capped mountains that have appeared through the clouds to bid us adios. It does not matter that it's not Mount Kilimanjaro for we have seen this natural wonder a number of times now. Rather, it seems poignant that the mountains less discussed, less visited, have ...