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... drive so came and had a siesta then another good meal before the drive. Left at 2000 hours for the night drive only 8 of us and the guide who was very knowledgeable. Wasn't very lucky with the animals only saw several hippos, impalas, a chameleon and a genet up a tree, we think. Got back at 2200 was an experience, the night sky was wonderful soooo many stars, the guide pointed out several constellations (which I struggled to see). Checked out of Skukuza at 0800 with a coffee ...
... And all this in this little resort town Knysna between George and Port Elisabeth , South Africa. After this long lasting Breakfast we went to see the Knysna Yacht Building Company to see what the South Africans are capable of and to keep the Dream alive of at one time going around the Globe at 10 kts. Their Flagship the Krysna 500 is semi Custom built and is very competitively Priced , it will be at the Miami ...
... dirty nappies discarded on scrubland along with all the other debris of human living slung about. They don't need to live like this. They don't help themselves. It's my biggest gripe.
Old black woman stands in the doorway of her brick home. Take photo and show her the image of herself. She exclaims in an excited manner, "Oh.....look how beautiful I am". She's not. "My beautiful face.", she admires herself in the image. She's about 70. Charm her and tell her ...
... and wanting to get out of Johannesburg, I decided to change my bus to take me to Durban and then I would potentially try to get my visa from there and enter Mozambique from the south.
I stayed an extra night in Johannesburg and then would set off for Durban the following morning on an 8 hour bus ride. The hostel dropped me off at Park Station in downtown Johannesburg the following morning and it reaffirmed my decision to leave Johannesburg.
This week has been full of practical stuff to prep for this longer African stay, things I couldn't get done in the Balkans, which doesn’t make for compelling reading. Got shots and was sick as a dog, bought new hiking sandals, set up some appointments for other mundane things.
I’m still having problems with the walls and electrified fences. A week ago, in the Balkans, I barely even locked my door. When I told someone here that in Serbia I used to leave ...