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Coming back from Vic Falls in Zim (Nuria
the Spanish air hostess picked me up with SAA) it was time to fly South.
PE Stands for Port Elizabeth. Windy city in
the Eastern Cape. SAA has four flights a day to this medium size city. The
weather forecast was not good, but I was extremely lucky. Not a drop of rain
and even lovely sunny conditions.
Time to visit some friends in PE. Dr.
Watson the boss and "mother" of the Childrens Haven ...
... our SA Ranger): this is not where we are cutting trees. Adam: is it where we've broken down? Peter:....yes. Axel/Olivia : have we actually broken down? Peter:...yes. But I know what the problem is. Adam: have we run out of petrol. Peter:...yes. If you could hear the accents and the delivery you too would be in hysterics. We started to chop trees here despite lioness fears and I kid you not when I say today ...
... t want to be too patronising as many people living in townships are happy, have jobs and enjoy living in the community they have grown up in. Nelson finished our tour by taking us to a newly built museum and art gallery that will open their doors to the public very soon. The main idea of the museum is that it will educate about the townships and the cultural history of the area. It is right on the edge of the township and even has retained one of the shanty shacks ...
... while he got back in the game. As you can imagine, we all roared at his expense! He was a good sport about it all.
Monday the 24th was Christmas eve. Simon cooked a stellar leg of lamb and chicken in the Weber and we had a veritable family feast, followed by an evening of opening gifts. This is my first Christmas EVER opening my gifts on Christmas eve. It was nice to sit around in the evening and have a rather casual affair of ...
... ostrich and then venison. We were taking in the wonderful experience, when a female warthog and young one came to graze on the lawn. They were quite tame but I was very careful to keep my distance when taking the photos as the tasks were very daunting. After a small rest we were to meet, ready for the first safari in the game viewer. Graham sat in the front and we were joined by two English couples. We had **********e 5 minutes ...