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... out!! We didn't feel threatened or anything but just felt like we were at the wrong beach!!
So after a little walk we decided to head to the football stadium that was built for the world cup as we had heard there was a giant swing from the top that you could jump off....of course Anthony wanted to do it!!! Unfortunately as it was Christmas eve it closed early so he couldn't do it :(
We took a little open top tram ride from ...
... just doing something yourself. I learnt that when you buy paint brushes for an outreach day, always buy 20 extras. I learnt that Fezy is possibly better at soccer then Glenn! I learnt that I must be very lazy when I choose to take the suspension bring with every 2nd slat missing with my arms full of craft supplies just because its the shorter route. I learnt that laziness can also be good when your friend can't be bothered taking her cookie ...
... found the lions and they were sleeping in some tall grass. There were two females and two young male lions. They thought they would soon begin walking to join the rest of their pride in a field not too far away. Sure enough, after a few minutes, the lions came out of the trees and started walking down the trail to the field. They say the large animals mostly walk on the trails because it's easier for their footing. We followed ...
... style. We carried our backpacks inside where we were met by the 'nutty professor' we'll call him. He came to us like a whirlwind, showing us this, that and the other with vagueness in all descriptions, enthusiasm-->none and a 2 second glance at our faces with the final bit of information.
That evening we enjoyed dinner with several English and American young doctors. Really interesting people who were working at a hospital in ...
After waking up at 6 to drive from Joburg to Durban, hoping to get a ticket for Spain-Switzerland, we made it into the stadium, shouted our lungs out to support Spain, and unfortunately watched the Swiss get lucky... In the following days we ate the best crab curry in the world and had a drink in the highest pub in Africa on the top of Sana ...