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... was nonetheless astonishingly horrific.
By far the most impactful segment of our Soweto experience was our visit to Kliptown. Kliptown is one of many poverty-stricken shanty-towns in Soweto, which is comprised of shacks made of metal sidings for roofs and walls, without water or electricity. These apparently crop up in any uninhabited Joburg land when enough needy people identify an opportunity…they move fast. We arrived in their settlement on ...
A new year.
After a lovely stay at Bushwillows farm in the Waterberg (Limpopo) I drove to Johannesburg via Brits airfield in order to meet Nigel Hopkins and Mark "Bugs" Hensman, two aerobatic pilots here.
I celebrated the year amongst the Singh family in Bedfordview, Johannesburg.
Far away from home, yet feeling home.
In the kitchen we exchanged cooking knowledge. I love Indian food even when ...
... beautiful area and we saw so much wild life in parts of it. By mid afternoon we had given up hope of seeing any cats, when Lauren suddenly yells "cat! Go back, go back" not sure how she saw it cause all we could see was a head sticking up above the grass a long way off. It turned out to be a leopard. We then turned back to the road and saw three cheetah walking across in front of us, brilliant. The only thing we didn't get to see in the Kruger was the allusive lion, but we still ...
... before going to the middle and lower areas ... There is something i feel a bit strange when you see a satellite dish on a tin shed! It was very heartening though to see how much has happened in the city (4 million people!) how much more vibrant and cared for it is as well as all the facilitates that are now available. Also visited a couple of museum ...
... sense that I'm at the pointy end.
Something tangibly stirs in me now, it marks the end of a crippling writers block, which has physically disabled my ability to digest and reflect on the trip to date.
A metaphor about a baboon being tricked into holding up a giant rock springs to mind.
The food gates of the past break water against my turbulent future in a present that is requiring all of my energy.
Quick moving, ...