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... adventure has come to an end. I have been truly privileged to be able to do what I have done. Vagabonding has made me happy, Thank you to all the wonderful people I have meet that made this journey so special.
I know I have changed. My outlook on the world is different. I am more aware of my impact on resources and the footprint I want to leave behind. I am grateful for where I have come from and for having the privileges of living in ...
... and even that is ok, its just family. Its always been a family thing for us my Granny made sure of it. So its hard being here all alone. I just keep thinking, this time next year…. this time next year i’ll be home. Home with family and friends, Sarah and Karis are gonna plan a trip to Melbourne to catch up, i’ll be home. it’s only 12 months…… Mind you, that's what i said 12 months ago :(
... assumed that I would get food from the campsite, but this was not possible since the campsite did not have any shops. I had to drive out the campsite for like 20 minutes to get something to eat. Next time it would be great to carry dinner and extra snacks.
Lesson #3: Carry an inflatable mattress
Maybe I'm just not used to it, but the ground is really uncomfortable to sleep on with just a sleeping bag. My body was sore and I could feel every stone ...
... promenade. Also having stayed there so long I also got to know the owners a bit and become friends with some of the staff who made me feel at home
I’ve heard descriptions of Durban such as the city where first world meets third, or Durban is where Monte Carlo meets Las Vegas. I would agree with both descriptions but I would include Fort Lauderdale from an architectural perspective, somehow into the second one. Durban is a major holiday ...
... is an array of skinned animals (pretty fresh so the rotting smell was pretty unpleasant) and all manner of chopped bits of wood and medicinal herbs. These are not for eating but most are boiled and then their essence is drunk or provided up the backside (hence the plethora of enema dispensers on our way in). This is a striking area of the city, and was the first place that I visited that was completely unlike anything that I had seen before. It has that otherworldly feel, full of so ...