Drifters Hazyview Inn
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Tuesday was spent chilling around the Silber’s, which allowed me to Skype back
home which was great. Everything seems to be rolling exactly the same, but
without my added input of awesomeness. I then headed to Cresta to finish off my
gift shopping, which was incredibly unsuccessful, before meeting Rachael at the
Cinema’s as it was half price Tuesday
and Amanda had decided we should see a movie ...
... don't meet many Asian people, especially in bars. One South African girl excitedly stopped me and told me she has an Asian last name. Turns out her last name is "fook". I spent most of the night dancing up a storm and having a ton of fun. The next day we drove to the Orlando towers, which are a pair of cooling towers from a decommissioned power plant. It's now a center for outdoor activities like bungee bumping, free falling, ...
We just took off from Cape Town airport on another lovely sunny day, and can now see the rugged mountain ranges and beautiful sparkling bays of this beautiful city below us, as we fly to Johannesburg, and then onto London to start the next part of this journey. We have 8 hours to kill at the airport, thanks to a public holiday here today and trying to get the cheapest flight we could! We'll probably end up spending our savings sitting at an airport bar drinking beer while we wait!
... the outcomes of the transition to democracy. Yet as you're reading the justifications and certitude with which the Afrikaans discussed the apartheid system back in the 60s and 70s, you really have a tough time understanding how they thought the system was fullproof. This disillusion seemed to amplify as the pangs of nationalism rippled throughout Africa. Yet as an American, I of course couldn't help but notice parallels between segregation and apartheid, but ...
Zimbabwe By Road
We are on the move again. Miles of dry, scorched veld land dotted with sunbleached circular tin-roofed kraals passes by.
Like some blonde in a classic Midwest movie, Sarah has stretched her bare legs out onto the dash in front of the passenger seat. With intense concentration she is skilfully painting her nails bright sticky cherry red; despite ...