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Travel Blogs from Sandton
... to be having trouble finding me on the system but thank god gave me my boarding pass! Had a Burger King as had some dirhams to spend! Beaut! Walked around a bit then chilled at the boarding gate and reflected!!! So I do really like Dubai. It is crazy and if I had come here without people to stay with it would have been a different story, but I loved it. Bruce looked after me and made sure I saw lots and didn't have to pay for taxis which was amazing. ...
... highest level moves. Fantastic. Kayla loved it. Then afterwards we could go back to the stables and meet the horses and feed them carrots.
Later after lunch we took a drive through Soweto for a look. Very interesting to see. Particularly the huge contrasts even there between the poor and richer. There are shacks in some places, then neat tidy houses; hundreds of the taxi buses at the taxi rank for the masses of people, and ...
Finished packing after breakfast. Left Welgelegen about 11 AM for Cape Town International. It was a well marked route and an easy drive. Checked the car in at Budget. No dents or scratches. We drove 900 miles on this part of the trip for a total of 1473 miles in both locations. Wheeled our luggage (free carts) to the terminal for check in. The domestic area is relatively quiet compared to the international which ...
... a complete bullet proof house that is really modest for someone of his stature. The township itself wasn’t really what I expected with houses costing around £100k mixed in with makeshift sheds. No water or sanitation, only porter loos, made it worse than Rocina in Brazil and Mumbai slums for me. Animals and kiddies running around with no shoes was a familiar site. There were only 3 of us on the trip and we went into the thick of it, no other tour buses to be seen, ...
... has a different micro-climate depending on how deep down the bowl it is.
Day 8: 6 Oct
We drive back to Cuzco and drop off the car and get our gear ready to leave on the Salkantay Trail the next day.
Well... well. The morning has rushed past and I still need to get to the gym to do some training.
I will update you in our next blog on how the experts describe the trail.
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