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The highlight of Monday was definitely my first ever water polo training session, which turned out to be a game. So here I was, having done practically no fitness since I left Australia in September, playing for the 3rds, the third best team in the school. I jumped in for warm up, still trying to discuss the rules of this game, which I thought seemed similar to football, except in water. I started on the bench, so I had confidence in the coach's ability (although I ...
... elephants mouth. We have met many lovely people, learnt a lot, had fun, and hopefully helped to improve the project focus for future volunteers. South Africa is a really beautiful Country. We have had a crazy 12 weeks... In reality an adventure of a lifetime. If you have a dream then go for it, life is short. Thanks for reading our blog, sorry for all the typos this spell checker is nuts. QUOTE: "It always seems impossible until it's done!" Nelson ...
... to sit & watch them graze & interact for ages. When they wanted to move on three of them slowly wandered right by the bus, gave us a good long look, & just ambled by. It was so tempting to just reach out & touch them! I couldn't get my lens to focus they were so close!! Poor Gai was very nervous. After that we found a male Lion on the hunt. We followed him for a while, but backed off to give him a chance to make a kill. ...
Travelling to South Africa on a BA 747-400 I was with 350 other souls on the flight. On the transit to Manzini in Swaziland I had the pleasure of flying on an SAA RJ-135. It has a maximum of 37 seats. The flight time was only 35 minutes and in that time the single (yes, single) cabin crew member did the safety brief, a detailed brief for the passengers say at the ...
... I settled on a munich sausage, pretzel and a beer. It wasn't until I had finished my food and half of my beer that I realised that my watch was still on British time and that it was really an hour later. Cue panic. Pint bolted, I sprinted the near 3 mile indoor run to my gate only to be told the gate was closed and that I had missed my flight. Cue begging and pleading and almost crying. They fell for it, let me in and I ran for the ...