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I awoke to the comforting realisation that I didn't have to get up at 5:45 to do either a polar bear or an ostrich run, and the thought was quite comforting as I lay in the warmth of my bed. We headed out to Fourways Farmers Markets, to get another feel for the markets in Joburg. The Markets were predominately food, which was great as every second stall had a free sample. The markets were definitely one of those 'hipster' markets, with a distinct hipster feel. Straw lay the ground ...
... state college football team could crush the South African rugby squad in a game of rugby. Soon, the marines started name dropping all the great and beautiful things America has given the world, such as Facebook. One particularly passionate marine dropped some pearls of wisdom. He doesn't believe in dancing and thinks it's a sign of weakness. I was tempted to make a reference to footloose, but chose not to. He then unabashedly declared that South African women love American ...
... and Shimanee in for a drink I was so pleased as Raj had spent the best part of the bus ride telling Clare about how ridiculous religion and god were. The lady who has a Masters in RE. Good discussion, NOT.
Eventually settle into the flight, uneventful arrive Jo'burg to stay in the hotel in the airport. Nice stay here and room was more than adequate, ate dinner in the hotel and had an early night. Flight at 9:30 but needed to check in by 7:30. Breakfast at the ...
... of a tribal chief, through circumcision in his teens, to studying law, joining the ANC, arrest and imprisonment for treason through to becoming president of South Africa. There were some amazing pictures of him in Robben Island in 1977 - just the dignity of the man and his calm persona shone through - he did not look like a man in prison but just one biding his time before greater things.
As always before we knew it we were back in the hotel faffing around with the internet.
... to go. We had the opportunity to get up close and personal with a few of the animals - I stroked a cheetah, rubbed a warthogs belly, fed a vulture and met Melman the giraffe, something which I definitely couldn't do out in the wild on safari. We headed back to our camp for a Braai - a South African barbecue which apparently are all over the place in South Africa. Was so good but I was full for a good 12 hours - had a t bone steak about the size of my head and we toasted ...