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... but we were laughing too much at how much we were getting knocked over, and the waves were getting bigger and bigger that it was time to give up and get dry. It was a very funny experience just to be able to say that we’d been in the sea in South Africa!
That afternoon we decided we wanted to get out and explore the city. We weren’t going to be put off by the risk of crime so we got some info from the hostel, tried to dress not ...
... can be accommodated there - at the bottom 853 people are squeezed in. We sit in row 91 of 98. There is not a single seat open (the previous day Frankfurt airport had to close because of heavy snow and no planes could land).
The tail end of this plane moves more than those of "normal" planes. The movement is sideways and different and is ...
... weddings of people I adore, missed five weddings of people I also adore and welcomed a few new tiny people into the world. Yes, it was indeed the summer of babies and wedding!
From Halifax the Path With Heart, that never seemed to end, started up again, and Alexa and I boarded a plane to Africa (via a pit-stop for a great night out in Manhattan!).
Yes - Alexa is here with me!!! It's like a dream come true. FUN Society hired her as our ...
I opted for the 21-day unlimited pass, which meant I had only three weeks to get to Cape Town.
My first BazBus stop was the little coastal village of Umzumbe, where the hostel consisted of treehouses and wigwams built in a dense rainforest setting. There was only one other guest in the whole place; an embittered South African who insisted I have a drink or two with him while he told me all about the area. It was only 10am but I ...
... excerpt from my paper.
course has been the perfect accompaniment to this journey so far and
I fear that I will be losing somewhat of a guide when it comes to a
close and I will be left on my own. ... It had recently dawned on me that I was trying to do
international development work as much as I was trying to do
environmental education or youth empowerment work. Just in the past
few weeks I had decided that I needed to start doing ...