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... and Grandad joined us to. Justin pulled out the shots again, but we had to go easy as we had a 5am start the next day. Up early for our drive back to Jo'Burg. B did most of the driving. I drove the last 1.5 hour. We got to Jodes and Paulos at 12:30. Showered and re packed a bit. Maria kindly fetched us and took us to the airport ready for us to start our adventure. We boarded with no problems and cruised through the skies till we landed in Sydney the following ...
... so I had my first run since leaving the country. That is of course forgetting the sprint at Frankfurt Airport which most definitely counts as a run. Great to stretch the legs before a relaxing cool down swim.
That night the power was on and off from 2-7pm, eventually it came back on at 7, with Sarah crying in her room (I'm not sure there was reason to be that excited just over power) However it was at midnight, with me still peacefully sleeping, that ...
... put through another security screening ..... imposed by TSA. Bags were examined by hand and bottles of water thrown away. No comment needed as we all know what was thought about this!! On to the flight and 8.5 hours of fun!
In Dakar we refuelled and once again had security check the airplane for threats to the USA. I do understand that threats can creep aboard airplanes at 40,000 feet so ...
... to the Apartheid Museum, which was absolutely brilliant. Unfortunately we only had a couple of hours there & were booted out at closing. I learnt so much. No wonder Mandela is so revered. From there we went through Old Jo'burg ( the old CBD). There we found the people with no work and no hope. Numbers increasing everyday with illegals flooding in from all over the continent, escaping wars, famine & poverty. It was quite awful. Thousands of People ...
... I told him that I was flying onto Swaziland and he told me that it was an international flight. He still stamped my passport and welcomed me to South Africa. After a 10 minute walk to the other terminal to check in for my Swazi flight, I was told to go to gate A28, yep back in the original terminal I came from, another 10 minute walk. Obviously as ...