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... agreed that it was a good effort indeed.
Whilst swimming one afternoon I had an encounter with the bottom of the pool, scraping my face and elbow to the point of bleeding. I quickly exited the pool to see that I had taken the skin off the scar on my elbow that was the result of Silver Duke of Ed Bike Riding... Good one...
In order to make the film for exchange, we decided that we wanted to film an assembly, with everyone filing in, standing up, sitting down ...
... I have learned so much about the culture and have grown so fond of the people. I'll be forever grateful to have seized the opportunity to come here. It'll likely take further time and reflexion to fully absorb the last 16 days. I was told by many that I would come back a changed person and I can honestly say that truer words couldn't have been spoken. An hour long taxi ride brought me to the Kilimanjaro Airport. Kwa heri Tanzania! ...
... to Tete in January - The drive is going to be great and the adventure even greater, I love exploring unchartered territory and this way I get to drive to Pemba via Malawi and see that country as well.
My Pile to " Things to Take " is growing larger by the day and space to pack them is becoming a serious worry - I am just going to have to pack up higher and ...
... fought the afternoon peak hour traffic back to Amadwala in the late afternoon, where we had a coffee then met the rest of the group at 6pm around a Survivor-type fire. Our guide is Willie, pronounced ‘Velly’ (white South African), and our driver is Collin, who prefers to be called Umulondolozi (black South African).
Dinner at the Lodge restaurant, then bed @ 8.30. Up at 4am ...
... We had hoped to spend our one free day in Jo’burg seeing a little of the city and maybe visiting the apartheid museum, however with a taxi fare of almost $70 each way for the museum, a little shopping at the nearby mall and some more football on the big screen seemed like a better idea!
Game number 9 of the World Cup was our first live game; Holland Vs Denmark at Soccer City, venue of both the opening game and the eventual final and we left the guesthouse at 10am for a ...