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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 ...
... else takes your fancy. A fish and chip sandwich. Quite filling. It made the upcoming bike ride seem like a very good idea. Soweto (South West Townships) itself is massive. It has twice the population of Nairobi. Even driving through it you only see a small portion. Our form of transportation was a little different, opting for 2 wheels instead of 4. I haven't ridden a bike I a very long time yet the ride was not particularly difficult though certainly not flat. We took in a view of ...
... areas where 60,000 people live. We were taken around by a young bloke who lived here and spoke very good English. The surprising thing here was that we felt very safe as everyone seemed so happy and friendly. We again felt uncomfortable when the guide took us to an old man’s house who allowed us to walk through all his rooms. The house had walls made of plastic sheeting and corrugated iron sheeted roofing with an old wooden stove and a paraffin heater and candles for lighting with ...
... of wine and some ginger apple cocktails and gave them to the guide and a few other things. We got it down to the required limit and she still did not believe us and said she wanted to weigh our hand luggage. We were ok. Our guide was quite amused at all our antics. On landing it was a bit unnerving as about a minute from landing the plane suddenly lifted up again. The pilot stated that it was because the planes were not fast enough getting off ...
... on the walls, the sidewalks, it seemed everywhere. Although it was early and cold, there were some street vendors selling knickknacks, souvenirs and other wares. One, had made these great "sculptures" which were made or recycled paper. Very nice, decorative, and good for the earth too!!
A short dive away, we stopped at the Hector Pieterson museum. Hector was the young boy killed in June 1976 ...
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