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... for a $2 deposit, get these shirts ordered for a day later. Not sure how the stall comes about these jerseys with their incredibly shop like price tags, but a bargain is a bargain. There was one awkward moment when the lady was unable to explain who the team was that I was looking at. She said all the team were from Joburg, before quickly correcting herself when I pointed out the Barcelona jersey. I also discovered, by chance, the Koorong of South Africa. Called Cum Books, the ...
... of Mamas cooking. Even though it was from Nandos. Ahaha. What an insane trip! Its not easy trying to quantify something as incredible as this 3 weeks but I felt like identifying the top 5 moments (in no order): 1. Seeing all the elephants travelling across the reserve on the dawn drive. 2. Playing with the lion cubs, Shia and Umgani. 3. The white lions and seeing Zulu and his family on the last dawn drive. 4. The social side of Kwantu. Such incredible people and ...
... more his height and held out our hands for him. A giant blue tongue came our way feeling for the food and then took our entire hand into his mouth so he could get the dried pellets from us. It was a very strange feeling and we found it hilarious that our hands were going all the way into a giraffe’s mouth! A baby giraffe also came over to get a bite to eat so we had fun feeding the pair of them until we were all out of food. Just as we were ...
... not have much time to explore on our own. One thing that got me was how most people speak languages other than English such as Afrikaans or one of the other 9 native languages with their friends and family.
Update on Future Travel Plans
It appears that I will be staying an additional day in Johannesburg when I return from the trip with my family and friends to get my Mozambique visa, which they just recently stopped ...
... dedicated to the children that were killed during
this era. I choose not to go to this
museum, I was on emotional overload and could not handle it…..frankly there
were parts of this museum that I skipped because I could not handle it. Do I regret my visit? No, I do not….but I will not repeat it.
SOWETO….is actually a rather nice middle class
neighbourhood with over 200 schools in some areas and then some ...