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... the character of all the group members and who had got on whose nerves. I reflected once more on how fortunate we had been in our group. We had all got on so very well despite being under each others feet for more than three weeks.
I had a two hour connection at Joburg and bought myself a cold beer. The South Africans v the All Blacks was showing on one large TV screen but more popular was the one showing Liverpool v ...
... surrounded by mountains. Who knew that there were so many mountain ranges in this region?? After a nature break we arrived at the Candle Factory, the name of which filled me with some trepidation having visited other factories on these trips. This was nothing like those, rather a series of fabulous craft shops one of which was a candle factory. One hour of shopping helped the economy of Swaziland given ...
... the apartheid, our mistake!.. Oh yes and as for hunting and killing you for pleasure i am also sorry for that." The English also imprisoned Afrikaner people in South Africa in the early 1990s in concentration camps where almost 30,000 people died. Watch out for my next blog to hear more genocide facts. I have stayed at some really cool places, one of my favourites being a place with a jungle pool with a slide and sprinkler. ..not to be sniffed ...
... s that acorn, my safety acorn, I think to myself. 'THE BLOOD OF JESUS RUNS THROUGH OUR RIVERS AND IS IN OUR SOIL, SO, YOUR REDEMPTION IS STILL POSSIBLE!!' I was the only odd one out, every other passenger belonged to the church group. I sank lower in my seat and tried to remain unnoticed and invisible, fairly hard when I was the only white tourist on the bus. Hours passed, the plateau that Joburg sits on slipped away behind me and my eyes caught the impressive sight of ...
... not. Back home we (most often) dress for practicality. It was wonderful to be home, in hot South Africa, and be able to bare my shoulders to the sun.
Stepping off the plane in Johannesburg, I immediately noticed the smiley, friendly staff and the spotlessly clean and fragrant-smelling toilets! (Yes, I said fragrant & toilets in the same sentence!) I wanted to pump my fists in the air and shout out “I’m home!” but I managed to control myself. Pushing ...