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... for supplies. Not being a big drinker I just tagged along to have a look-see. Briefly distracted by a kitten the next thing I know I am being dragged onto the dancefloor. By dancefloor I mean small area with three locals and the same song on repeat. I'm pretty sure one of our local guides was filming the whole thing on his phone. There is probably a video floating around on YouTube somewhere of a bunch of white girls trying to keep up with the ...
... a car in the house's driveway. One staring at us and one baby following the rest as they ran away. We all tried to get pictures. I failed, but I believe some succeeded. Arriving at the canopy tours in Magoebaskloof, everyone starts to get excited! Annie, Akash, and Lindsey have never been zip-lining before. We harness up, take out cameras (no phones), and head to the first line. Everyone did great on the first one... on all of them for that matter! The best thing about this canopy tour ...
... beside it. Families are given a house, then they rent it out and build a shanty house (is that what it's called??) right next door. There are always people walking along the side of the road in the hot sun, I suppose to and from work, often on the side of the main roads and there are no buildings for miles. Where are they going? There are no bus stops, no buildings in sight, no white people, Sometimes mothers with babies wrapped to ...
... we jumped back in the Intrepid truck and headed of to camp, passing elephants, ostriches and eagles on the way home.
Whilst dinner was being prepared we played a game of 'CSI: Africa' and managed to establish that the baboon was old, not killed by a big cat, and had lost both legs, one arm and a lot of the side-up skin. Dinner was a dynamite spag bol and the cleaning was almost completely finished by the time the vehicle showed up for the night drive. With only the ...
... waited this particular one out. It couldn’t have been better really. A ride as comfortable and pleasant as this one was perhaps a one in a hundred thousand shot… certainly more cars than we would have seen pass the hiking spot on one day. It was good. Last night I attended a dinner party with some friends I’ve met around town. We went to the house of a local here that works as a social worker in a local boarding school with my new Peace Corps friend Ted. The ...