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... game park. Up and off reasonably earlier Tuesday to make our accommodation before dark. Arrived at Orpen Gate into Kruger National Park at 0930 had breakfast at the first camp. Started our drive to Skukuza Rest Camp with a giraffe at the side of the road nonchalantly eating. It took us 4 hours to get to the rest camp saw elephants, hippos, impalas by the score and monkeys. Kruger is huge apparently the size of Wales. Checked in, our unit has a kitchen and a thatched ...
... and Pretoria, I am very excited about that. Did I happen to mention that Piet junior is in the hotel tourism industry, so I know it will be a great guided tour. We are planning this for after we return from the Kruger National Park. Not many photos to share at this point but there will be following the 6th Feb. apologies for the ...
... for lunch in Xai Xai and carrying on afterwards. We’re pretty close to Maputo by 3pm when trouble starts. I get pulled over for “speeding” 2km/hour over the limit. After much negotiations, I only pay £50 (bribe) which is outrageous but what can you do (don’t go to Mozambique!!). We drive on and hit traffic in Maputo and get pulled over again. This time, the policeman tries every trick and tells me that all my papers are invalid. My driving license ...
... mess hall. Later told by a white guide that there are two sides to every story.
On to SOWETO. The South West Township. Parts are quite new and relatively upmarket. Small bungalows with gardens in nice residential areas. Parts are utter squalor. Basic wooden shacks. Another interesting visit to the Hector Pieterson Museum. He being a 13 year old shot dead in June 1976 by the police when he and fellow school students walked in protest at being taught in Afrikaans ...
... these stories, but never met anyone who it actually happened to and since both the guys had experienced world travels, it really put me on edge.
The hostel I stayed at in was located in the suburban area of Kensington and was pretty empty. It was a converted mansion that slept 35, but there were only about 5-8 people there. This is the slow season for traveling, so its nice in the regard that finding places isn't a problem but you don't ...
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