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Soweto now is a combination of modern new homes, various government housing projects and the tin shanties that it became renowned for!
... two activities today: river crossing and paintball. The hike included my one and only slip up, in the river, which was an incredibly close call to getting everything wet. Special mention must go to Tristan who fell and cracked his bottle and also fell on his face, getting stuck, and also to josh, for their amazing stacks. The river crossing involved using ropes and pulleys to get both the bags and people across the river. We did the bags rapidly but struggled more with people. Everybody ...
Our initial plans for Johannesburg were very limited- we had heard all of the warnings about Joburg and the downtown area in particular remains something of a war zone. Johannesburg is the second largest city in Africa with over 3 million people calling it home and crime remains one of its biggest challenges.
We picked a hotel in the relatively safe Sandton area which even offered an airport pickup service. Unbeknownst to us this pickup service came with the services of ...
... as well. I hoped it was just fatigue and not the onset of anything else. We sat at the back of the hall so we could slip out if needed, and as soon as the service was over, I asked Mr. Kriedemann if he could arrange to have her driven back to our room. He said he would take her himself and Tanya Horchak kindly offered to go with her and be there to help if needed, for which we were thankful.
The boys had Friday off which meant a lie in until 9 o'clock and a relaxed morning. Mr Paxton managed to work out transport for the boys to Gold Reef City which is similar to Thorpe park in the UK. Luckily it wasn't as busy as expected on the easter bank holiday and the boys ...