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... western society. I have learnt that I do not need as many material possessions as I had in the past. I don't need to surround myself with expensive items to make my 'life better'. I am happy with the simply things in life.
The biggest change that I learnt is that happiness is the most important thing in my life. I will only do something if it makes me happy. If I am not happy in what I am doing it is time for change. Our time on this ...
... N3 is a 3 lane motorway with a speed limit of 120km/h, locals walk along the grassy verge and criss-cross between cars to get to the other side, terrifying! Even young kids are running across the lanes, it enough to keep your heart in your mouth! We overtake trucks with locals squished into the back, open top, no particular safety regulations here! There are however traffic police all the way with laser guns stopping the odd car for speeding, we managed to avoid them ...
... tent! Next time I'm taking an inflatable mattress.
Lesson #4: Carry a bigger tent
I had purchased a 2 sleeper tent for R200 ($20) thinking it would be large enough since it was just me and I'm small built. Little did I know how claustrophobic such a tiny tent could be. I was taller than the length of the tent so could not stretch out. The tent was so low making it really difficult to do anything, like change my clothes. Also, my tent was tiny compared ...
... walked into a bit of a gong show at Joe Cool’s but it was a good vibe, and quickly meet some South African marines who were good for a laugh and ended up having a really fun night.
The next day, we spent the morning wandering around UShaka and then went with Mika and Ines (girls we meet on the Baz bus from Coffee Bay) for a walk through town to the Victoria Street market to look at the stalls and sus out a recommendation on where to go ...
... glass down the line and I enjoyed watching the college girls take their tiny, terrified sips of the milky liquid before I got to have a big swig of it. Definitely an acquired taste, but well worth trying. I found myself longing for some ginger in the mix, recalling the ginger beer that I made years ago that was certainly preferable.
When we finally got in to the group experience where the healer discussed what she does, her philosophy, and her training, it was most ...