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5). Aly and John are in general just having a good time and laughing at the rest of us.
6). Jess is an avid reader (I think she went through about 8 books on this trip - impressive!) and has a curious mind and soul, often paying attention to things around us that we are too caught up in what we are doing as a group to notice.
7). Leonie, we decided, should look bored at the fact ...
... to England. However, throughout her trip, she noticed she was becoming breathless, and put it down to a flare up of asthma. By the time she returned to South Africa, things had deteriorated, and she spent a period in hospital undergoing tests. It was discovered that Jenna had a blot clot on her lungs, which couldn't be explained - she was young, fit and healthy.
After several ...
... was 10 years old. After a burger that Mikey described as having the consistency of rubber, I am glad he got that out of his system, and I don’t think we’ll be going back there again anytime soon!! We made up for it tonight with a lovely home cooked dinner by Louise, with Mikey’s other cousin Adam, and his wife Nikky and their very cute children Jayden and Mia. Hopefully we will get to spend lots more time with them during our time in Cape Town.
... down the beach that we realised he was a beach umbrella salesman and he had thought we had stolen his umbrella. Classic!! With that we left via a different exit from the beach.
Later that evening (feeling totally finished) we headed out for pizza with a number of Janines friends. It was an awesome way to end the day and with our upcoming bus trip a good nights sleep was definitely required.
... It was quite special since the tables were placed on trees.
After visiting our first vineyard in South Africa we proceeded to Stellenbosch. The town is home to Stellenbosch University. During the school year there are more than 17,000 students living and studying in Stellenbosch.
We managed to find a hostel, Stumble Inn, where we could camp (ZAR 50 per person). While Gonzalo mas making a plan for the next day I was downloading our photos from the previous days. ...