Formule 1 Johannesburg North Sandton
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... and shuffling to get near the edge, and even more to get back. Then, a long drive back to Jo'burg. And it turns out the other guys are also staying in the same place I am. But they're off to Victoria Falls tomorrow morning with Livingstone Safaris; the company that ran this tour. Very jealous of rafting the Zambezi having seen some videos; I'm going to have to go and do it at some point in the ...
... A Canadian family from Vancouver made for easy company. The first Canadians I had seen in two weeks (an omen that it is time to return?). Matt had toast and ginger ale in the room. Not very exciting. We spent the morning packing. I packed, he lounged. Our valet hovered trying to be helpful and was very anxious that Matt feel better. The ride to the airport (half hour) was punctual (as were all the arrangements that our agent made). It was 43 Celsius and ...
... being “old”, so I had to just suck it up and accept that I was
being a woos. Part of the reason that I wanted to do this trip was
because I had been living too comfortably and easily for much too
long, and I wanted to shake up my perspective a little. I wanted to
develop more of an appreciation for what I have. And I wanted to be
a bit uncomfortable. And being nervous proved to me that I certainly
had been too comfortable for ...
... fine job of fixing this country but the perspective does seem to be that most are quite happy to feel ********e by whereas elsewhere they will try and sell just about anything in order to make a few bucks. What South Africa went through was horrific but really and truly after twenty years it's time for South Africans to grow up.
However, a visit to the infamous townships of Soweto can be quite insightful. Even living in the aforementioned tins ...
Good bye to Family Hart - we are leaving here today for our 33 days overland adventure through South East Africa.
For one month during the World Cup, we had so much fun with Family Hart, we simply don't know what to say for their amazing hospitality.
They let us stay in their guest room for one month, cooked dinner for us quite often and welcomed us as a part of the family.
Clare went to the same school as Daniel in Southwold in the UK and she is the ...