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Sad to say goodbye to Johannesburg but it is time to move on to Cape town. Everyone we have met says you have to visit the beautiful Cape town if in South Africa so off we go!
Since this is a travel day, we have a late start meeting for a final breakfast around 9 am. Everyone is busy packing and weighing our bags before our bus trip back to the airport. Once I am finished with my bags, I join ...
... 23 March 2014 Transfer day to the Paradise Hotel on the stunning island of Praslin. This is our second home and as much as we have enjoyed our stay on Mahe, 2 days was enough to travel the island and see what it has to offer. While waiting in domestic departures Tracey took part in some retail therapy and bought a new costume with much advice from the other little elves. Our flight took off on time and for the 15 minutes it takes to fly to Praslin we were treated to the sight of ...
... rather than go to a hospital.
Dave found some interesting pictures that I will share with you. The one of all the bottles of petrol beside the road reminds me of Cambodia and how petrol is sold to fill up all the motos that apparently swarm the streets of Benin like they do Cambodia. Guess if you can see in a bottle what you’re paying for and then that it’s empty, it’s a good way to know you've gotten what you’ve paid for. Also ...
At least this time I wasn't still trying to finish assignments at 03:30 on the morning of our flight! After a much more civilised amount of sleep, tying up of loose ends and last minute packing, it was time to get ready and head off to fetch Richard. As part of a carefully planned, somewhat covert operation, he dropped his case off with me yesterday evening, under the cover of darkness, so that he wouldn't be inundated ...
... sure whether it was for our entertainment, or whether it is all the time. I was interested to ask some grade eleven students who were returning from school after sitting their year-end English exam if I could have a look at the question paper. It was almost exactly what you would give an Australian Grade 11 student. They were neatly dressed (as was nearly every African school student we saw!) and very polite. I ...
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