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Today once again we packed our bags and with our bodies rested we left our slice of heaven in the berg, God willing we will be back one day. Not in a hurry to leave we stopped near
Escourt at a stunning lodge on a dam for lunch. The staff were a bit too laid
back and half hour after ordering we were given our drinks. Lunch was not successful
either as the food was a really poor quality. We ate regardless while Oli ...
... besides our car? How will it be to sleep in over 100 different places in a year? How will it be to only have one small bag of clothing for a year - this one particularly is concerning the girls. How will it feel when the new and unknown is our routine? These are new mental spaces we will explore in the journey ahead. But already we are experiencing paradigm shifts. As we have packed up our home we have experienced a strange sense ...
... and when there was less than 10 km to go, I crossed Vineeta, she was running with a team mate. By then I was on a roll and just wanted to finish the race fast and get this long run over and done with.
As I got closer to the finish line, I saw a runner lying on the side of the road, it was such a scary sight. He did have some people attending to him. Saw a number of runners slipping and falling on water packets, banana peels, etc. I loved the plastic ...
... again like India) formed the dowry for weddings. Parents of boys had to have sufficient cows to be able to 'buy’ their sons wives. A virgin could command around 11 cows for her parents if she was to be married to a family while a non-virgin only 8 or 9. We found out later that our 25 year old host already had a child by the guy she was in love with which was an acceptable thing in their society but meant that she wouldn’t be getting the full 11 ...
... br> Then, it was over 10 hours on the Baz Bus driving through the Transkei. In short, the Transkei was one of 10 homelands created by South Africa for non-whites in the '60s and '70s. Non-whites were forcibly "resettled" to their group area, and South Africa declared four of these homelands to be independent countries (which no other country recognized), including the Transkei. South Africa apprently ...