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... that evening, helping her to raise money for the Deb's Ball. Tonight was a double batch, meaning there was double the condense milk container licking to be done. Much more efficient than single batch.
Tuesday's Tennis Training included a game where, much to my surprise, I managed to actually serve well, my opponent was so surprised for the first few that he completely missed them. The only issue when he did return them was that I was so surprised that ...
... After always dreaming as a kid heading to Africa soon we would be touching down to really start a year long adventure and about four months in the African continent. We flew into the most relaxed airport in the world in Johannesburg. Was expecting it to be a little more confronting with some SA expats in Oz warning us about Joburg airport being 'Gangsters Paradise'. We didn't strike this at all and very quickly adapted to African time. Nothing happens too quickly over ...
... We then hooked up with Riaan & Sonia, and had a fantastic personal tour of the city, with a very knowledgable guide. And I'm glad we weren't trying to do it on our own. We saw the good and the bad. Starting with the beautiful old home where Mandela is waiting for God, Soweto where we saw the newer areas, Kliptown in all its extreme poverty, the original Mandela home, the corner where the 1976 riots started, had lunch in a street restaurant, where entertained by ...
... ready access to their environs, and homo sapiens is NOT at the top of the food chain. Lions roar outside the tents at night, elephants come walking through the camp if they choose, crocodiles sit on the river banks, and lone individuals are definitely at risk straying from the pathways and confines of the camps. After dark, you will be escorted to your tent or hut by camp staff with flashlights and sometimes with rifles. You are expected to stay in your tent ...
... gardens. Energy levels waning we sort solace in a Fremantle beer, which helped to wash down the barramundi and chips. A beautiful town and a lovely way to end our brief visit to Perth. Sleep beckoned (thankfully), at least for a few hours, and before we knew it we were flying over Africa. Excitement rose as we touched down, our first time on African soil. Another wait - 5 hours - too short to explore the city (and probably a wise choice in a city such as this). Not ...