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... Paris and then on to Lucerne, Switzerland where we will join Pauline, Barbara and Roland for a week in Brissago.
We will stay in self catering facilities, travel around in planes, buses, trams, bicycles and boats.
We will roll and stroll though Amsterdam and Paris..... eat, taste, smell and see........ cannot wait!
But for now, some sleep, 18 days to go, tomorrow is a bright new ...
... the week, the real awesomeness kicks in during the weekends. Since I've been here I've done wakeboarding several times, surfing, poolpartying, hiking, relaxing at the beach, sunday fundays and ofcourse; partying
However, this description of my new life isn't as heavenly as it looks. Within these weeks I already had 3 hospital emergency care visits, an almost robbery and a lost GoPro.
Because of my clumsiness I managed to tear a piece off my little toe ...
September 16, Stellenbosch to Cape Town
Aussie Group Fight Band of Hungry Baboons to Reach Cape!!
The day started early and calmly - white- washed farms dotted amongst the vineyards, with our first glimpse of Table Mt in the mist. Suburbia and industry meant we travelled at walking pace on the N1.
The shanty towns contrasted with Century City - with its ...
... 7:30pm on Sat, after 28 hours travelling. Apparently the plane is full so sadly we won't get the bonus of spare seats to spread out. C'est la vie! Shades of Franschhoek, our ride nearly got hijacked again! Our very enthusiastic driver turned up 35 min early, and we saw him and said hello while settling our bill, before going upstairs for breakfast. Then, while we were breakfasting, a well dressed man turned up and also got into the car. Oh, we thought, ...
... uninterested as you can imagine.
As well as failing to support their children academically, there is another problem concerning parents that comes up time and again. Every Friday is casual wear day, to raise funds for the school. Every child that wears casual clothes pays R3 (around 15p), and it is completely optional. Originally this struck me as sad, as it labels those too poor to pay the R3, but it appears no shame/teasing goes on. However, every ...