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What. A. Journey. Africa is without a doubt the wildest place I have ever been, and also incredibly varied. Every country we travelled through was a stunning, mind boggling area of impossibly large sky and completely wild landscape - from the plains of the Serengeti to the poor village shacks in Malawi to the raging water of Vic Falls or the hilly …
A late morning flight from Amsterdam and a very long day continues with a 11 hour flight. Uneventful except for some late night turbulence nearing South Africa from storms moving through. We arrived on time in JoBurg and went through customs, checked for Ebola and grabbed all our luggage. We met up with our contact Stuart who took us promptly to our residence to get some much needed rest.
Flying to South Africa (cheaply) wasn't the most logical thing in the world. Uganda -> Rwanda -> Ethiopia -> S. Africa. We flew Ethiopian Air and decided that Ethiopians have a really cool language. Spoken, and (especially) written. We spent 2 nights in Joburg. The nights were spent inside our hostel because night time is a "no-go" in the city. Unless you're gangsta enough... which Laura and I are still trying ...
... can see the whales along the whole coast!
We went kayaking with a guide to get a better look and knowledge about these magnificant creatures. Okay there a rules we need to keep a distance to protect them and ourselves! Lucky us directly in the beginning a whale popped up just in front of our kayak!!! So huge and impressing to see it from closeby, when the head was in front of us the body was underneed our kayak.....and this was just a baby ...
... on bun (E). The place is a fantastic combination of elegance and ruggedness. I don’t have my camera so manage to get Erik to take a couple of pics for me, particularly of some artwork on the walls that I think is displayed really well.
Bellies full, we drive to Constitution Hill, the location of the Constitutional Court, situated on the site of the now defunct prison that once briefly held Nelson Mandela. In searching for ...