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... Province Cobra's and the Titans. We were fortunate enough to be in one of the ground's boxes, with a great view of the ground. As with most 20/20, there was some big hitting, however the perennial fall of wickets meant that the big hitters kept getting out. Sammy, the West Indies captain, was playing, and scored a poignant 1, which was pathetic. Watching the cricket, I almost felt like going out and playing, but then I remembered what happened when I did that, and ...
... An upside to traveling the Garden Route is the fact that all the accommodation has a kitchen, so no setting up the fire each night. Also with the size of our group cooking was a breeze. We slept the night away in a tent with a real bed and a cat who somehow found his way through the velcro flap.
Another cold morning saw us booked into black water tubing. Amie decided to give this activity a miss which was probably a wise decision. ...
... the days where I didn't take many photos! Senegal and Mauritania done now- woo hoo! Off to go try and find some internet and get my hair cut. Also need to get some dinner for tonight since we are actually staying in tonight I believe. Went down the road for a hair appointment and she was free so she cut it then and there which was great - one more thing off the to do list before I head back on the road. Got ...
... still go.
Because there is nothing like seeing 19 000 of your fellow city folk camp out and spend a day from crisp morning to perfect starry night, eating , laughing, enjoying ( and sometimes napping) under the great African sky. Come one , come all!!
But as it has been pointed out to me ( and rightly so) I once moved to the Netherlands with 2 bags of clothing, a few hundred Euros and a healthy sense of ...
Due to the fact that I was in Jo'burg for a bunch of meetings/conference I had requested to be billeted. I was picked up at the airport by my billets and it was these two guys that were of Afrikaans descent. It did take me a bit of time to get used to their flat vowels and they needed to adjust to my accent as well.
They lived in the city and when we got to their place I was surprised to see that they had a 12 foot fence made of concrete or some prefab variety. They ...