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... condo building. The home is on two floors. The first floor opens into a sitting room with bathroom, a large open living room/ dining area, laundry room, and kitchen. To get to the second floor, you must walk up a winding staircase. At the top there is another sitting area, and past that, 3 bedrooms with full bathrooms – one of which was mine for the vacation! It was a beautiful home and it was located blocks away from the beach and close to all the restaurants, bars, ...
... time. They are open and realistic about the challenge and the responsibility. They believe the rest of Africa is looking at their generation to get it right. They currently live in Soweto and have seen and heard first hand some of the events described. Misconception - Soweto is not a shanty town of the oppressed who live in a swamp of crime and fear and abject poverty. In fact, it is essentially the equivalent of a large city with a population of almost a ...
... both the best and worst of human behavior. I saw a SAA ground staff that was disorganized and overwhelmed. I learned about the violence of Zimbabwe from a victim who could forgive if not forget and the fish of Gabon from a guide who had pictures. I met a pretty French malaria expert and a patient Parisian executive who spoke three languages. I slept (or more accurately did not sleep) on a wire frame bench in ...
... town searching for a taxi that would take us to Libreville. Managed to find one that wanted to charge us 7,000 each so total of approx US$28. Not bad for a three hour journey. Racing back to the truck we hauled all our stuff out of the locker and loaded the car. It was only then another man approached and said "no not 14,000, 40,000". Yeah cause it is mate, get lost. So in a temper we grabbed all our stuff out of the car ...
... t say anything at all". Had lunch once in Gabon. No problem getting through the boarders. All very quick and easy. Yippeeeee just what we wanted. Gabon very very green. Probably the most lush of all the countries we've visited so far. Jungle everywhere. Nice roads so making good time. Until we decided to stop early at a bush camp 530km out of Libreville. Usually on drive days we go till about 6pm so why the decision was made to stop ...
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