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... was the designated navigator and it was obviously her fault we got lost and not the ****** GPS, she had to buy the first round when we got there.
The area we went to (forgot the name... too many Afrikaans names to remember since I got here) is one long street at the end of a sweeping corner with pubs, clubs and restaurants on it. When we were driving past looking for a park we drove past a huge van with 'Tactical Response Team' on it with a group of guys ...
... a brown body and black pointy ears with fluff on the ends. They use these ears for dominance instead of fighting. Play a game like rock, scissor, papers to see who wins. Vultures with stories of flying into electrical lines and their habitat being destroyed were kept safe in a large fenced area. Vultures are very interesting animals but have a bad reputation of being ugly and dirty and are killed for their feet and heads as part of superstition reasons. A vultures job is ...
... memory jewelry – the lady who makes designer pieces put a beautiful necklace around my neck and we were chatting and looking – of course the piece I liked best was the most expensive piece in the shop and totally out of my price range – so I was looking at alternatives – anyway, not able to make up my mind on anything we continued wandering around, and at a point I caught a reflection of myself in a mirror and realized to my horror I was ...
... kids being killed, a few Whites being beaten to death, buildings trashed and cars burnt. The nearby museum details all that happened here (maybe a little one sided though - although 'History is always written from the victors point of view') and what was to follow - some would say it was the beginning of the end of apartheid.
LOE (Legendary Outback Expeditions) run one-of exciting 4WD trips in Africa and ...
... of the unknown still to come. As we waited for hours to be checked in at Johannesburg airport, and for another 45 minutes at the desk for my passport to be properly processed i couldn't help but smile at the aptly African kerfuffle of a send-off we were receiving.
And unbeknown to us, the efficiency and impeccable standards of service on our flight with Singapore airlines was equally apt for a reception into the Asian way of life which we were entering!
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