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... You Boys! Carry it home. Next time I wont mix up the time zones or am and pm's and I'll be watching from South Africa as Asia becomes Red and Black!
The party was at a Restaurant called Rocket, a formal, sit down occasion. Although the temptation of the El Classico on TV did drag my eyes to the screen, it was really nice to meet all the people and the food was absolutely amazing. The triple chocolate cake was so delicious that it was worthy of ...
The journey started at 3:15 in early Saturday morning so we could leave by my house at 4:30. Allison picked up Jena, Anthony and Tina from RU and came to my house as the taxi was to pick us up from there. We spent about 10 minutes trying to put the bags since the taxi didn't have an entire row in the middle. At the end we decided to scrunch in and drive.
... different ideas and we had a bit of a connect on the way to the tyre place. Not exceedingly happy with drivers who cannot talk on mobile phones and drive at the same time :(!!!
That threw a spanner in our plans a bit, so we were stuck waiting for the owner of the transport company. Luckily this all happened in front of the tyre place so we could get that sorted while waiting.
After getting all the info we were just in ...
Day 15 - Saturday 30th March
Today we travelled 390km's to Barkly East. On route from Hogsback we travelled back to Alice & Fort Beaufort via the R63, to Seymour, Wittlesea, Queenstown via the R67, then Lady Frere, Cala using the R410 which does not seem to be on the map but was advised to us by a local, Mr Naude who reminded us of Des, in Queenstown, then onto Elliot & Barkly East on the R58.
The weather was dismal from the time we woke ...
... to see rubbish bins at the airport - we'd not seen any on the streets of cities, towns or villages in Madagascar. The sight of piles of rubbish is one of the not-so-beautiful memories we'll take back with us, although this image is tempered by the knowledge that plans were afoot in some cities to improve the situation. And of course, such luxuries cost money, though half the battle is also with peoples' mindset. The absence of villages ...