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... how common the speeding problem is over 33000 speeding tickets were issued in Cape Town in the first four days of the current holiday period.
The title of this particular blog is taken from one of the many roads signs warning people of the dangers of driving too quickly. In the first part of the festive holiday in South Africa there were over 900 accidents and more than 1100 deaths. Many of these involve the 12-14 seater taxis and bakkies (open backed pick ups ...
... It could be down to personal experience, what they've been told or led to believe, or just from the history. Whatever the case, I'm just saying it's how some see it. I arrived thinking there could well be some uncomfortable segregation to deal with but as I wrote in my first week I went to the Hout Bay food market and was in a group of people and we were a complete mix and I was told how it's so cosmopolitan now and they just don't see colour in, especially amongst the ...
... on a rock, and I ended up with a bruised heel. Trouble... I still had to run a 28k the following morning, before tapering. But my plan changed to a total stop of running, staying off my heel as much as possible and hope it would get better by race day.
So here we are, 2 weeks later, after a week of hiking and walking around the city. It is 3:30 and I wake up to my longest race ever. 56k going up and down some incredible scenery. After breakfast, I leave ...
... 40 for pushing a wheelchair. To convert rand quickly you move the decimal point over to the left and that give you a approximate amount. But sometimes when you see 10 rand you forget and think $10.
The wind is outrageously strong. Our driver told us that once he was picked up by the wind and landed on his feet but he broke his ankle.
The Abby Manor House is a nice Bed & Breakfast run by Judy (sister of the owner) and her assistant, ...
... tours themselves are led by former prisoners through the cell blocks and prison areas, and I found myself incredibly baffled and impressed that a former prisoner of the island, would return to the place of his captivity to give tours as his employment. I suppose there's a certain catharsis to the experience, but I still kept thinking that it must have been deeply painful to talk about their incarceration day in and day out. However, our guide said that he now lives ...