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... was the designated navigator and it was obviously her fault we got lost and not the ****** GPS, she had to buy the first round when we got there.
The area we went to (forgot the name... too many Afrikaans names to remember since I got here) is one long street at the end of a sweeping corner with pubs, clubs and restaurants on it. When we were driving past looking for a park we drove past a huge van with 'Tactical Response Team' on it with a group of guys ...
... a brown body and black pointy ears with fluff on the ends. They use these ears for dominance instead of fighting. Play a game like rock, scissor, papers to see who wins. Vultures with stories of flying into electrical lines and their habitat being destroyed were kept safe in a large fenced area. Vultures are very interesting animals but have a bad reputation of being ugly and dirty and are killed for their feet and heads as part of superstition reasons. A vultures job is ...
... yes I am certifiably crazy to be doing this). .Then off to the bridge, where my hands start shaking. There were two gentlemen before me, so while I was strapped into a safety harness I got to watch them each freefall 111 metres with frightening speed. Then it was my turn. As one of the crew was wrapping towels around my legs, then strapping them together, I told them they weren't allowed to let me die on my birthday. They agreed. A camera was pointed in my face, and I was asked ...
The days seem to be flying by, however, I feel we are taking full advantage of the time.
I don't think I mentioned how amazing the weather has been. It is winter in South Africa… well if you can call 75-80 degrees winter. I must admit we are having wonderful weather, and beautiful sunsets! The last few days have been fairly busy; we are currently in a city called Pretoria,which is located north ...
... rest of the population are forced to endure the type of administrative hell he is currently going through.
The flight was very civilised and comfortable by any measure and within an hour and a half we were descending into Johannesburg. From the air Joburg looks like a lovely normal urban sprawl. The yellowish-brown thatched roofs of Mozambique were replaced by red shingles of large houses with green lawns and pools arranged along a typical urban grid. The 8 ...