African Pride 15 On Orange Hotel
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... shrunken toothless owner shuffles over to greet me. I'll stop for tea and gaze out on the gently lapping waves and think of a more frenetic life - one where things that go bump in the night set off barking dogs and screaming alarms.
Along the way I’ll bump into a pot - bellied Scotsmen - brain addled by too much cheap whisky and sex. He’ll be a Billy Connolly look-alike slumped on a bar stool the worse ...
... calm: the perfect day. We paired up and went out to sea, around a boat the was about 1km away. That was great fun! Back at the hotel to freshen up we had a sample of the local cuisine: gatsby! Then it was time for geocaching. Because the Rhodes memorial, was closed because of construction, we drove to the other side of table mountain to BBQ but because of the high wind it was ...
... Oooh, no wonder you’re so dark!”
“But you don’t get white people there.”
“But you weren’t born there, right? You’re
family’s from Europe. Why are you lying to me?!”
that you’ve told me where you’re from, I can totally see you’re not actually
We’ve had a month to reacclimatise back to
... from people from all around the world. It was very inspiring to see what hygienists are up to in other parts of the world. It made me realise how different we are from each other depending on where we come from, but also everybody is pretty much the same deep down - patients don't floss and then they lie to you about it!
On the Friday night we had a Gala dinner at an African restaurant about ...
... excited about this dining experience because I almost wrote more about the food we ate than the sharks we saw.
Saturday, we didn't plan anything crazy since we were planning on going out oops....but we (on our mission to eat out way through SA) had plans to go to a place called Mizonis in the Gugulethu township. Basically, you go inside, pick out what types of meat you want - chicken, pork, beef, lamb, and sausage - they weigh it, and then cook it (called braying) for you. ...