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Coming back from Vic Falls in Zim (Nuria
the Spanish air hostess picked me up with SAA) it was time to fly South.
PE Stands for Port Elizabeth. Windy city in
the Eastern Cape. SAA has four flights a day to this medium size city. The
weather forecast was not good, but I was extremely lucky. Not a drop of rain
and even lovely sunny conditions.
Time to visit some friends in PE. Dr.
Watson the boss and "mother" of the Childrens Haven ...
South Africa IM 2014 race report We arrived on the African Continent with a little background from our South African friends and a fair amount of googling to try and understand just what we were getting into. We have been over whelmed with kindness and support from the people of South Africa and especially the people of Port Elizabeth, which is known as the friendly city. Another name for PE is the windy city which we will cover more below. Our Ironman SA traveling ...
... evidence of continuing cultural divides in the form of two half finished sections of freeway. Concrete stumps of potential overpass jut out from the main road way then just stop in mid air covered in mosses. Their intended paths would have taken them straight through a mosque on either side. Local petitions and complaints resulted in the mosques still being present and instead the overpass remains unused as a symbol of the locals resistance to the councils ...
... Simon and Cora took Mieka shopping. I needed to do some work for my house and then we all went out to a lovely Chinese dinner with Pa and Petro.
And today? Well, that’s Christmas over and we’re about to get ready for New Year so we did a bunch of admin with our photos and kit. We had a braai for lunch and Erik and I had the most delicious wooded c******nay from Uva Mira in the evening. We had bought it in Stellenbosch, having ...
... our terms). When she told me, we both assumed it was just the wind that pushed the front door in again. However, five minutes later the Atlas (alarm system) employee informed us that we had a break in.
On my way home all I could think about was how much this person could have taken. Luckily he really only had about two minutes before someone arrived. Atlas said they knew it was a burglary because two blocks away he had just finished up another one. ...