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After 15 hours of travelling I arrived at Jo-burg International! Very comfy flight in the Airbus...didn't even feel like you were flying! A lovely large German lady spilt beer on me in my first flight so I'm sure I smelt like an alcoholic but luckily had an empty seat next to me flying to SA so I could keep the wonderful smell all to myself :p Had …
After an 18 hour plane ride Jerry and I landed in Johannesburg around 5 pm on the 16th. We picked up our rental car and began the adventure of driving on the wrong side of the road to the hotel which was about an hour away. We arrived to the hotel as the sun was setting and quickly grabbed dinner and headed to bed- we had to leave by 6 am the next day to get to our safari in Kruger!
... world attempt, leaving him stranded here until the boat is rescued from whatever country's navy claimed it. Whatever your trip is, there's always someone who's doing something more hardcore. I travel from Nairobi. Someone else motorbikes from Cairo to Cape Town. Another person walks. This culminated in the rather strange fellow who claimed he was moon-walking from London to every country in Africa. He sort of put everyone else's stories in the dust. ...
Day 15 - Saturday 30th March
Today we travelled 390km's to Barkly East. On route from Hogsback we travelled back to Alice & Fort Beaufort via the R63, to Seymour, Wittlesea, Queenstown via the R67, then Lady Frere, Cala using the R410 which does not seem to be on the map but was advised to us by a local, Mr Naude who reminded us of Des, in Queenstown, then onto Elliot & Barkly East on the R58.
The weather was dismal from the time we woke ...
... to accept that I'm going home when really I'm ready to fly to another continent like Kylie is about to, ready to start exploring anew. To think that of this world I've set foot on 3 continents does not excite me, but saddens me. To think that at I've seen and explored less than half of the world is what drives me to start planning anew my next trip. I run into other travellers, overlanders, backpackers, and hear where they've been, what they've done. And it makes me think of ...
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