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... one thing to work on. The markets have all
sorts of interesting things, including some of the best beadwork I have ever
I went to a Mozambiquian restaurant and had some of the best
calamari of my life and some amazing peri-peri chicken. Peri-peri is a type of
chili that is present in Africa and is now prevalent in the food here.
Being on the beach is nice, there is an awesome
boardwalk-esque path which is nice ...
... spaces to roam and play. I learnt that darkness does not suggest to a young child that he should find his mother, rather he will wait till mother finds him. I learnt that it IS possible to wear my boys out. I learnt that there is no better way to start the day then with praise and worship especially when it's a mixture of Praise The Lord and Zulu hymns and especially when lead by Bro Mdu who can manage to get anyone up on their feet and dancing at ...
... to our b&b Avaolne Guest House. Monica is a lovely German lady (who gives Nadia, our guide, a run for her money!) and offers a nice place to land. While cold and rainy in Cape Town, and it is late fall here since we are in the Southern Hemisphere, we didn't get an idea of humidity until coming to St Lucia. Thankfully the weather warmed up and we thawed out! I must say, with the long drives, planes and lack of freedom on ...
... and paddled a bit then I wanted to sit so Boukje and Rosalie joined me (when I was getting everyone's emails I spelt bowkea like that and she absolutely wet herself laughing!!! But that's how u say it!!! Lovely Dutch girls, only 21, but so nice and funny. Then I'm lying there, (Bowkea had diarrhoea the other day) so I was like 'guys I feel like I'm guna have diarrhoea...' They were like oh no poor u...not much they can say but thought I'd get them prepared... I ...
... I was insane for taking it (on the other hand, every black person living here would think I was insane to not take it). The alternative was seriously a pain in the ass though, and still involved taking these local taxis, but just for not quite as long. I didn't decide what to do until I was in Mtuba-tuba, and my gut told me to take the local transport. The first van heading to Durban didn't ...