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... rappels to get down and the hike back to the car made it a ten hour day. Back to camp for our own little braii accompanied by some of the fine cederberg wine that is grown here.
More climbing and hiking the next day. A few challenging routes took up a good chunk of the day.. But we had a splendid time. Saw some amazing sights, the weather was perfect.. We made it to the ...
... and The Stolen Generation seemed like the bitter flavour of those ignorant dark times. South Africa moves on, and black South Africans living in Soweto and further afield are proud of the day Hector Pieterson, an innocent 13 year old school boy, stood up with his class mates and other pupils from around Soweto to the ruling government at the time, only to lose his life from a bullet, shot by an angry police officer in a plain green sedan. Little didHector know though, that ...
... change over, Jay left his 'perishables' on the bus!!)!! Tool!! Which weird thing would wake us this night I wonder.....I'll bleedin tell ya.....a ruthless combination of a lairy Durbs footy team stayin either side of us, and a smoke alarm that beeped once (without fail) every 5 minutes RIGHT THROUGH THE NIGHT!!! AAARRGHHH!! Somebody get me a rope!! No time to be grumpy though, as today was Zulu day! Oh wait a minute, there was time to be a bit grumpy as we had no ...
... heaven for me as I appreciate "normal" food so much more than I ever did before! Don’t get me wrong, Korean food is quite enjoyable now that I know what I like and dislike, but nothing beats the treats and flavours of home food. There are SO many things that you just can’t get over here.
It sounds so cheesy, but going home after nearly a year away awoke my senses and truly delighted my soul. I was very aware of, and appreciated, the vast variety in cultures. ...
... br> either side of the Pondoland River, creating a stark contrast to the
valley and nearby rolling hills. After a well-deserved beer we
returned to The Creek – our adorable accommodation for the evening,
consisting of two very quaint little cottages.
The next day was filled with more
amazing scenery and people. We stopped off at eco-resorts and
retreat centres to drop off calendars and then we went to the home of
the Queen of Pondoland. This ...