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... earned his tips from an appreciative and at times mesmerised group and he certainly didn't end up empty handed!
First we went to Company's Gardens.The Garden is very nice. Don't spend too much time there. Great place to just stroll around. I wouldnt say this was my favorite. The place is very family friendly though.
Followed by Safari 365 Day adventures for a bus tour of the wild life. This Safari was very well organized. The tour guides were very friendly funny ...
... of the road. And....as Aly quickly pointed out.....that is a team sport. From the person who stood in the road (to stop traffic, if necessary) and guided them out of the pitched driveway onto the hilly and winding road our house was on before hopping in the car, to the "spotters" who looked in either direction on turns to make sure all was clear, to the person that thought out exactly which way we were supposed to go on a rotary or who had the right of way ...
... On the other hand, I was irrationally worried I'd get it from him somehow. I chided myself for thinking that way, knowing we'd have to share bodily fluids to be at risk. One not so nice thing happened while I was in muzineberg. One morning, the night manager of my hostel woke me up at 6am telling me my car was "dented". I came down expecting to see a big dent on the car from a drunk driver. Instead i saw that someone had smashed the front passenger seat window. ...
... they couldn't play against white men in ZA legally.
Because of all these divisions there were at one point, three separate clubs competing for ZA. It was really interesting. Of course, Rugby was also a unifier in the wake of the disestablishment of apartheid in 96 when the Boks won the Rugby Union World Cup.
I didn't have a lot of photos because it was kinda ****** weather.