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... The guy running the day said it would be an adventure given the weather conditions. The waves were at least 4 meters high and it wasn't long until people were being sick over the boat. The group was spilt into 3 smaller groups to go into the cage which was pretty small. We were second to go into the water so were able to watch the guys bait the water and watch the sharks! We saw quiet a few sharks about ...
... Some had shed-like units on their property - these they rent - they have no toilets or running water. Tofo, our driver, said that many young men like to rent these to get out of the family home and live on their own. Also others come to Soweto thinking they will get a good job and buy a home but it doesn't work out and they end up living in a shed with no toilet or running water.
... to get anything done, and to remember there is no fast lane Cape Town. So we disembarked and boom, could go no further than a few meters, they had not unlocked the door to the passageway to baggage collections. We had to wait patiently for some one to unlock the door so we could enter the Mother city. Fortunately we waited a short while, not 9 months. My case was almost first out! Awesome! Collected my car off I went. Amazing race! All alone! No navigator. And ...
... promise of many more exciting adventures in the sun kissed tan of the fields and endless ripple of the mountains. We arrived at Amphitheatre Backpackers in the Northern Drakensberg and I immediately signed myself up for their day trips to Lesotho and Tugela Falls. Being the middle of winter in the middle of July, the nights were a little chilly with grass frozen into tiny icicles in the morning haze.
The 2 hour drive to the border with Lesotho was a beautiful ...
... that coach Lazola call me and share the good news and let me know it was “because of me they won”… I don’t know all about that but I do know that that phone call absolutely made my day and settled my spirit about leaving Cape Town.
When Tuesday, August 30th arrived I was full of mixed emotions… I was beyond excited to fly out to Johannesburg for the Basketball Without Borders camp but I was desperately sad to ...
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