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... to go.
It was a bittersweet moment as I packed my bags as I quickly came to the realization that our trip was halfway through. Well let me make the best of it I thought.
At the airport I was reminded of how much items I had already purchased. I had to pay the over-weight price of $250 Rands to bring my items along with me to Cape Town. I didn't care. The items I had was priceless to me. I quickly paid my $250 Rands
Finally, here I am at the end of my trip. Blink and you'll miss it ey. But what a trip it was. Today, AGAIN, I was up at 7. Why break the habit? Its the last day. At 7:30 I was supposed to get picked up from the hostel to go skydiving. Annoyingly he didn't get there till 9. Although that meant I had time for breakfast etc. it also made me incredibly stressed. The dive site is nearly 45 minutes outside of the city and I was getting picked up to leave for the airport. WORRIED. ...
... which are all new there are security on each cart which was fascinating.. But was unsure of just how trustworthy they may be? Anyway we got off at Sandton were on rivonia rd where our hotel was but left or right? So we went right (let me set the scene.. Peak hour traffic approx 5pm.. Cars everywhere.. Raining and lots of people) so we went right and started walking because we knew either way it was only a 400m walk. I saw a lady maybe late 20s early 30s and asked which ...
... after some conference calling this morning, the final decision to carry on was made and its happening!
The route has changed slightly for myself and Glen. We will be sorting our backs out with Physio on Friday morning (No ballie jokes!) and will start early with an easy ride to Port Edward on Friday morning. We will meet up with the rest of the group at Izinolweni later the day.
Updates to the blog will happen on a daily basis from now and as the action unfolds!
... electricity to more Soweto homes, yet phased out financial support for building additional housing. In Soweto, popular resistance to apartheid emerged in various forms during the 1980s. Educational and economic boycotts were initiated, and student bodies were organized. We then went to the famous Regina Mundi Catholic Church, built in 1962. This church played a significant role in the South Africa of the 60s, ...
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