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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.
... 8220;chips”. The food was okay as they drenched butter in most of their platter so the taste was a bit strong for my liking.
Once we finished our meals, we went to our second event of the day which was to visit a company called Xon. Xon is a IT related company that builds, operate, and manages IT solutions for their customers. The company is a South Africa based ...
... with any certainty which people are natives and which people are coloreds…It would be an uneconomical waste of time and money to try, throughout the country, to determine as person’s race with precision.”
W. Eiselen, Secretary for Native Affairs, 1951.
“The White man is the master in South Africa, and the white man, from the very nature of his origins, from the very nature of his birth, and from the very nature of his ...
... better from the Zimbabwean side as Zambia and Zimbabwe share the falls (although I was more than content with what I saw) but it would have cost around £70 to cross the border and back again which we didn't feel was worth it! We also took a walk down to 'The Boiling Pot' - where the Zambian and Zimbabwean waters meet, create a huge whirlpool before falling. On the route down it seemed like Baboon kingdom. Now Brin hates monkeys and I'm not too keen on baboons almost ...