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... sang, and then we toured a traditional village – not something we usually do but found this experience very interesting. Couldn’t resist doing another hike, and headed just north of the capital Mbabane, to climb Sibebe Rock. This huge granite dome is touted as being similar to Ayers Rock, but we didn’t see much resemblance. However, we enjoyed the hike. The people are generally friendly, but have to be wary in ...
... Checked in quickly, case weighs 20.8kg (20kg limit on domestic flights but nothing said). No time for shopping. Straight to gate, hope bag makes it. Asian lady at window seat who rolled her eyes when I sat next to her. Then large African lady said Asian lady was in her spot so we let her sit there (she had ticket for that seat), she sat down and hoed into a bag of popcorn, she impinged into my seat space by a third!!! ...
Decided we'd wake up early today to get in the showers first so beth set her alarm for half 6, we didn't wake up til ten to 7 though then we got in the showers, woke jazz up when I got out so she could get one then we went down for breakfast and autumn did my braid and jazz's then we went back to the house and I did Beth's braids. It's quite cold today it's not sunny really so most of us are wearing our hoodies, aww and becca Alex and ...
... corner we visited a shanty town, still a part of Soweto. This town had around 30 to 40 thousand people living in it. It was no bigger than a cricket field. It was full of corrugated iron sheds housing anywhere from 10 to 20 or more in 5m x 5m. Adults sleep in the beds, kids on the floor. We were toured around by a young man who grew up in this town. There was water available from several taps in the centre of town. Public portaloos were also in the centre of town. ...
... of her shark diving pictures which were quite good plus she knew my camera wasn't working spectacularly. The first time she told me to check out Facebook. I asked again before leaving for kicks and this time she handed me a "Do it Yourself" business card. Erin and Landon were super cool and we all got some good laughs out of some of their eccentricities. The last day, we went on a super early 5:30 am nature walk which basically entailed analyzing animal poo and ...
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