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We unexpectedly had another township tour included with our overland camping trip. This was a completely different experience, and less enjoyable. We were driven to one of the tin houses in the informal settlement (at the very edge of the settlement) where our host, a lady with children but no income, sat on the sofa breastfeeding her baby. Our guide told us about life ...
... on a rock, and I ended up with a bruised heel. Trouble... I still had to run a 28k the following morning, before tapering. But my plan changed to a total stop of running, staying off my heel as much as possible and hope it would get better by race day.
So here we are, 2 weeks later, after a week of hiking and walking around the city. It is 3:30 and I wake up to my longest race ever. 56k going up and down some incredible scenery. After breakfast, I leave ...
... back on the now fairly busy beach, we managed to get in the sea (Atlantic Ocean) up to our waists for a sneaky wee, then we both fell asleep. We awoke at least an hour and a half later to find that most people had gone! It was nearly 6.00pm, when we packed up and headed back to the Chocolate House. I was now also in charge of directions and we seemed to get back much quicker! At the Chocolate House we were again met by Johann & Lee. No sooner had I put the kettle on ...
... 15 different families in Southern Africa. We also went on a work with one of the locals to look at the trees and shrubs that are used by these people for cooking, medicine and for making the poison to tip there arrows with. He also showed how the fire stick is used to start fire which is similar to how the Australian Aboriginals do it, it took some time however fire was achieved in the end. The tour was finished with a beautiful lunch. Finally in the ...
... watch the hippos and almost lose our dinner when a bull hippo decided to mock charge us! If the guides weren't there, I am sure we would have turned tail and paddled away (which, as anyone with a brain in Africa knows, is absolutely the wrong thing to do when a hippo is charging you!) Did you know that there are more deaths from hippos in Africa than from any other animal?
Our morning walk on the island took us through families of baboons and past a big ...