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... has closed the entire airport (uh oh....that doesn't sound good) and that they are trying to figure things out because we don't have a ton of spare fuel (comforting at 35,000 feet) and the crew's flight hours are almost up (which would pretty much ensure we were stranded in Johannesburg for some time). It was right about then that we were thanking Jen for having sent out our flight info/itineraries/emergency contact info to our families. We could only imagine our families ...
... now as a tour guide. Sipho spent 5 years in this prison in 1985 and just before he came to the prison he was tortured for information and one of the 6 in his group died from this torture. Some of the things the guards used to do to them was awful including hanging them out of a high building threatening to throw them out unless they talked. Sipho was held for 6 months like this before being transferred to Robben Island and his imprisonment was just for ...
... got very lucky and were able to see two great whites! Seeing the sharks swim around our boat and breech the water was a chilling and thrilling experience! We got to watch the sharks swim around the boat for several minutes before it was our turn to go in to the cage. The visibility in the water was not very good but we were able to see and feel the sharks tail rattle our cage. It was an unbelievable experience and ...
... marble burial plaques. I walked around the corner and happened upon an incredibly trendy jazz bar inside the crypt. I thought I may have been in the wrong place. I had never seen a jazz bar let alone a bar in or adjunct to a Church. The ambiance and vibe was unbelievably cool and comfortable even though it hadn't quite opened for the night. The pianist was warming up and as I stood there in complete fascination, the manager approached me. He was extremely kind and told ...
... from Nova Scotia, Canada. As we cruised out of the harbor, past the majority of the South African Navy (a couple of frigates and two submarines, only one of which is evidently seaworthy), I was relieved that the water was relatively calm. That sense of security was quickly shattered as we hit the breakwaters, as the waves became intense and jarring. We plodded through six to eight-foot waves and Katherine and I -- who were on top -- held on, and worried about how ...