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... with our girls and we will probably call it an early night. It is going to be a long week at work!
Our final thoughts on India:
If you want to see some beautiful and unique things and have an adventurous spirit, then this place is for you.
If you are not very mobile or if you are a germaphobe, it's not for you
Traffic is a nightmare and you want to thank God, Shiva, Allah and all other supreme beings every ...
... inside, Jaqui trying to smuggle in her free food past security unsuccessfully. (She later managed to reclaim her precious rubicon and tin of Tuna, so all was well with the world.) We entered with our banners and forks (apparently if you can hold a fork, you can go to York, like Cov banter I guess.) There’s always so much going on, with the beaver mascot dancing around, the cheerleaders, the slightly less skilled pom girls, and prize giveaways. We love our mascot! ...
... this point the votes were being counted for the referendum that we had tried not to think about all day. Both of us were so nervous. We said we would wait and find out in the morning but we both ended up looking it up. We found it a shock that a few places were No. Neither of us slept while the results came through and when it was a final no we were both devastated. It took us until the next day to accept. Hope it was for the ...
By the numbers:
8 flight segments
41 hours in the air
15 new friends stretching from Orange County to Cape Town
Nearly 10,000 pictures
4 of the big 5
1 more michelin star
#1 and #2 restos in S.A.
1 trip to Nobu
#1, 2 and 3 best bites ever (the pork belly is #3)
3 pairs of underwear
Too many memories to count...
... we're not in any rush" the motto of the trip so far, we found ourselves in the odd position that we actually were in a serious rush. The queue to return to the park via the lift took longer than expected, as did the border crossing. We jumped in a taxi, and after telling the driver that we had 10 minutes to reach the station, he obliged and sped through the streets and received a very handsome tip as a reward. Everyone was a winner.
We had a night bus that evening to ...