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... up and attacks her. So Raka and Layla staying at home. I had to cancel all bridge games, bowls tournament, do some photographing at the bowls club for their spring day, help Ena with her printer and still do some shopping, before getting home to check that all camping things were packed and nothing forgotten! Finally I could get down to my own packing and making sure all instructions were done for Vissie. All the wild flowers along the N1 were in ...
... of JHB, within the first 10min Norm was swearing at taxi's, which we haven't seen for a while. Maureen is also very shy and doesn't like the traffic, so straight home it was!
Arrived home at about 4pm, kids and dogs happy to see us!!!
We can't believe that our trip is ,done and dusted, been an awesome humbeling and memorable trip. Maureen did us well, not even a single breakdown or niggle, not even a drop of ...
Smithfield to Oshoek (border post into Swaziland) Getting ready at 5.30 in the morning while trying to be respectful of those next door still in deep slumber is not easy when you have creaking old wooden floorboards and a very squeaky bathroom door. Glad we did not have to face our bedroom neighbours over breakfast. Owner Nick kindly got out of his warm bed to return Terry's credit card which had been left at reception after dinner when settling the bill! Kudos to him ...
... of the two where I had memory loss, end of tour party, too much drink and a thick head the next day. As I remember we went back to the hotel after the game, dropped bags off and headed for Die Keller, which has become our local. No food but lots to drink, we then moved onto another bar and I have just found out it was tequilas and jäger bombs, you can imagine ��
This morning Badger and Drakey went to the golf course, there is a qualifying event for the Sunshine ...
Heading for the town of Bloemfontein to visit a national museum unfortunately
we could not get anywhere to park as it is in the middle of the town. We then
headed for the Boer War museum and managed to just get around before
it closed. It was extremely interesting and went into a lot of
detail about the Concentration camps, which were first introduced by
the British so that the men would have no one to go back to for ...
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