Accoustix Backpackers Hostel
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... If they live in a zoo, they don't usually reach year 40.
... blamed yet again for our state on Saturday morning, but Rob, Megan, Cassie, Megan's housemate Daniel and I eventually dragged ourselves to Sandton for the Rise and Shine Festival (we said we'd do a shift at hospital... we were so very wrong). Drank delicious gin, ate delicious food (pulled pork tacos, yes please) and saw some absolutely phenomenal bands. Highlight had to be Desmond and the Tutus - genuinely entertaining band with excellent lyrics, incredible stage presence ...
... We were all very pleased to see her.
That's all I have for the day! Our main focus was to reunite with Chantal, and it happened all so smoothly.
Tomorrow, we go on a tour of Johannesburg as we concentrate on the Apartheid Movement and Nelson Mandela. Can't wait!
It's a challenge writing for such a diverse conglomerate of people as are my friends and family. But you guys are definitely worth it, so after much delay it's time I update again!
They say that in order to truly get a feel for a place, you have to live there for a year. I now thoroughly endorse that saying. When I first got to South Africa, I was enchanted by all the novelties and differences. Then I spent several months angry and missing ...
... that they had kindly left us. The kids were of course thrilled and were quick to decide who would be in charge of the ball, in other words being the team captain. After a few pictures and many hand shakes later we kept on driving until we reached Ezulwini Valley as it offers plenty of sleeping options, being the tourist hotspot of the area. We managed to park the car in a good place at Lidwala Backpackers which turned out to be a nice place to stay.