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... Just like you should do in every place in the world. Of course crime like carjacking/shootings etc still happens here every day, never forget that. But to be honest we walked and drove around here like I shouldn't do in Quito or Bogota for example.
The people are super polite,friendly and helpful all the time. It looks like everybody lives pretty well together. No stress or pushing and the traffic is even relaxed. My opinion this is a great lifestyle and ...
... boarding pass to fly from Johannesburg to Kigali. Security screening was interesting as the security guys asked me what I called the plastic hessian bag that was given to me in Perth. Apparently a lot of Africans fill these bags to exploding point with food and clothes all thrown in. I will have to try and get a photo of these overloaded bags, apparently it is quite hilarious as the guards could not stop ...
Sunday morning, I went and hopped on the train again. It is always an interesting experience. I had a row to myself for a few hours until we went by some random station and another woman needed a seat. The manager asked if she could sit next to me and I reluctantly agreed. I had hoped for a row for a more comfortable sleep. This was not to be.
There was a group of Christians who went through each train singing songs about God both in ...
... them so they were quick to flee. Just like Redfern except it would be abandoned shopping trolleys lying in a mangled heap. We have now visited 3 township areas. All of them different. The rural township outside of Kynsna was very interesting. There we met Ella. She turned out to be an inspiration. Not content with waiting for the Government to build her house, she built her own from savings coddled together since working from the age of 9. Work was ...
... we will drive to Sun City and visit a game farm near there. Tomorrow, the semi-finals of the Curry Cup (rugby) is on TV and we will watch that, as it is a big time event here in South Africa. We aren’t going to some of the bigger attractions, as these are included in the guided tour we are taking next week.
In the evenings, we watch TV and by the time we are ready to join our guided tour, we should be well recovered from jet lag and be ready to ...
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