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... flying around. It felt like we were in a completely different area of the world and that we were not in reality. The nature really made me open my eyes to see how nature really does have a controlling influence over human life and can help make us use it for our needs and that it really does help us survive. Once we got back to the base of the journey we said all of our goodbyes to the tour guide and now we are ready to face our next adventure.
This morning we got up fairly early as we were getting picked up to go to the game park. We drove to a service station to grab some breakfast and I had a cooked breakfast. We then drove the rest if the way up to Ant's Hill and just as we entered the park we saw a wildebeest. When we got there we had a buffet lunch and were welcomed by a large group of friendly staff and three cute dogs. ...
... nous franchissons les douanes.
On est plutôt contents d'arriver chez nous, et d'avoir la journée de lundi pour se remettre avant de retourner à l'école mardi pour le sprint de la fin d'année… Il nous reste 6 semaines à boucler, et ça s'annonce plutôt occupé...
Part of traveling is the travel itself, not the destination… Yeah, right… Having to travel the day ...
... Joburg is the real South Africa, even with all of its manifold problems and that sterling reputation we all keep hearing about.
Fortunately, Joburg isn't all hip restaurants, choking traffic and electric fences--the next day I took a cycling tour of Soweto, Joburg's most prominent township where both Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu spent time. Soweto is potentially South Africa's largest township, with anywhere from two to four million ...
... thousands, with the bosses spaces marked by sun canopies.
The city proper comes on us as a surprise; with the two rival areas of tall concrete buildings; the CBD and Sandton competing over miles of gentle tree lined suburbs with huge gardens and pools. These suburbs, despite their high fences, electric defence and chalk signs which say things like "Criminals derailing gates in this area- Be vigilant!' seem like ...