Valverde Country Hotel
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... and probably let loose a squeal. I told him "buddy, hell no", to which he apologized. I quickly got out of there, but still managed to get a salt shaker for my buddies, remarking remorsefully that no wingman has ever subjected himself to so much abuse. The fruits of my labor was my buddy got a kiss on the cheek from a cute bridesmaid. After this not so pleasant experience, we decided to head to a new bar. I discovered that ...
... you try running with harnesses wrapped around your legs and a big backpack seat attached to you – it’s rather awkward!), but with the help of 2 runners (who I think were quite amused at my lack of running ability!) helping, or basically pulling me really, we were up, up and away! Jacques was an awesome pilot – trying to pick up more wind and take us higher (it was about 270 metres), as we flew above Signal Hill with Lions Head and Table Mountain in the background in ...
... week you'd never leave your house, fearing that you'd be abducted and brutally murdered by a band of gay, Taliban extremists. Turn off the Sean Hannity people!
I'll be hitting you up from Cape Town next, talking about the city that feels like the African twilight zone, devoid of the features that I thought were prerequisites to exist as an African city. Seriously, its a friggin hipster haven with European looking buildings.
Talk soon friends!
... first person internal soliloquy. I wasn't sitting at a departure lounge repeating the old cliche "if only I had more time". Lament as I might my lack of funds, at least I have some. Worry as I may about job security, at least i have a degree. Im in Africa, not because its easy, so get tough and don't be disrespectful.
Your not simply a traveler, your seeking a life here.
By all means feel that catch in your throat, you would do well ...
... and in between two bowls, I took the first of the required malaria pills (for the upcoming safaris). As we pushed ourselves away from the table, Natasha was there ready to start our day's adventure. Off to the Apartheid Museum with a running commentary on sights and life in Johannesburg as we traveled. The museum is done well, especially since it represents such an injustice. ...