The Point Hotel
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Well we heard the South African anthem so many times last night we can almost sing it in Zulu. The South African team cleaned up in the Intermediate individual and team standings. Russia took the YAK 52 first place and team awards. Had the Unknown program been completed we would have seen a very different result as Eltonas Meleckis flew brilliantly and his marks for the Unknown 1 were significantly better than Vladimir's. If ...
... had been waiting to fly all day but was also scuppered by the weather. Putting his spare time to good use, Jacques learned everything he could this morning about the planes, the competition, and the competitors and he was wiling to share. He took us to the assigned Yak and walked us through everything he had learned already from oil valve placement to the absence of parachutes. It seems that the South Africans do not ...
... and a guinea pig, and although it was timid it was not particularly scared of humans. Nobody else had a clue what it could be either. Later on I was informed that what I had seen was a dassie (or hyrax) and they are close relatives, surprisingly, of elephants. Once I had seen one, they started popping up all over the place and I realised that they were actually fairly common.
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... to us, so we were making our way up to the bungee). It was there at Nandos we decided to go with them on the 4 hour round trip to the bungee the next day! As they were limited on time we left at 6am to be back at Mossel Bay for lunchtime for our Baz Bus pick up.
Adam and Phil flipped a coin to see who would jump first. Phil won. He was jumping to his death first....
... were just amazing. All had views of the water. When I got to the beach I just sat there thinking. Someone had said something to me on the way to Plett and now I can’t get Japan out of my head. Yes the country. Don’t ask…yet. The walk back up was another killer one but I stopped every once in a while to admire the view. That and the bit of exercise made it all worthwhile, especially on such a beautiful day.
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