Poplar Tree Lodge
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... in the sun. It was overcast and windy when I got ready so I was the idiot who wore black jeans and slowly died of heat but it's okay I took my camo hat so I looked great. I don't even know how to describe how great it was haha just the cheap beers and ciders kept coming, the meat was amazing oh my gosh so delicious, and there were so many people. There was a dj playing great music all day and even dance floor once people get intoxicated. It literally ...
... looked for them. They were starting to talk about unloading us when the boys turned up - unaware of the drama, Wayne wasn't far behind them - so all was well bar a few dirty looks from other passengers! Arrived in Jo'berg and were met by our safari operator and taken to a very budget hotel where our safari tomorrow. Some highlights and low lights from the team Cindy - highlight coming back to Cape Town ...
in front of us getting his dinner! After that we went for Mexican food and
cocktails. The food like almost everything else is very cheap here! I paid five
pound for all. For my first day it was quite a lot and I was more than
exhausted and fell asleep straight away! I can’t wait for my trip tomorrow to
the Cape of Good Hope and the beach full of penguins!
... of seasons as all races have had a purpose leading to something bigger. It is great to just turn up and run at any pace that suits how you are feeling and make friends along the way. The first 15km in scenery were nothing to report but the atmosphere of the participants was amazing with such a variety of cultures and running costumes. The overpowering silhouette of Table Mountain greeted us on every turn. We soon left the city and headed towards the coastal ...
Of course there we the road works which we'd encountered on the way north. We got gummed up in a one way section where the traffic had actually stopped and some were turning round to go another way. Took ages to get that sorted, and at the other end we counted 140 vehicles waiting to go north.
Stopped off to by oranges (R15/£1) and naartjies (R8/50p) per sack. Of course ...