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... overcrowded ghetto. Office buildings have been turned into slums, hotels and restaurants are closed, and heavy metal bars protect shop windows and doors. Our tour guide, who has lived in Joburg his whole life, told us that there are definitely parts of the city he would not venture into on foot, and I could tell that he was getting nervous when he would close our car windows as we approached certain traffic stops.
As we drove around the outskirts of ...
A new year.
After a lovely stay at Bushwillows farm in the Waterberg (Limpopo) I drove to Johannesburg via Brits airfield in order to meet Nigel Hopkins and Mark "Bugs" Hensman, two aerobatic pilots here.
I celebrated the year amongst the Singh family in Bedfordview, Johannesburg.
Far away from home, yet feeling home.
In the kitchen we exchanged cooking knowledge. I love Indian food even when ...
... and the Soweto riots .... A bit of a different feeling when reading history about an era you actually lived through and by being in the country were a part of ... Also went and saw Bishop Desmond Tutu and Nelson Mandalla's homes ... Bought a couple of Soweto trinkets from a street stall before heading back to the B&B and another relaxing evening and yummy ...
... I insisted I was fine to push it but he took it off me and headed for the escalators going down to the car park. "Surely you can't push it down there!?" "Sure you can" he said, as he smiled a smug smile. Then my bags fell off down the escalator and he had to jump over the trolley to get them back on before the bottom. That was fun. I tried to refrain from my own smug smile at the bottom but I don't think I succeeded. Whoops.
Another chapter in our great journey comes to a close. Today is our last day in Johannesburg before we fly to New York tonight. Wow what an amazing time we have had in Africa. It is always such a wonderful place to come to and you can be sure to always have an exciting adventure. The last few days in Jo´burg have been lots of fun and very cultural. We have dined at a superb Italian restaurant at Montecasino (a Casino set ...