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... of times they have been touched. We had lunch in the mall - the biggest meals you can imagine! Everyone was walking out with a doggie bag, very cleverly bearing the name of the shop - good advertising! On the drive home, we couldn't help but notice all the young boys and men at the traffic lights (robots, they are called here) either doing tricks such as juggling etc or simply asking for money. They have no jobs and probably not much hope of getting one ...
... the guy Im marking. Its similar to football, with use of the body to keep the player away however, as I tried to make 'football-like runs' I soon realised that, as simple as it looks from beside the pool, making a run in water is not similar at all to making a run in football. One touch of the ball, a kinda of tap to the guy next to me that didn't really work and I was already tired. I have no idea what the score was at this point although we managed to score, ...
... during the world cup, but it’s not particularly attractive. Our hotel, hostel actually, is in the centre. We deposit our bags in the dorm in the basement and cross the street to grab dinner. As we wait for our food, it starts to rain. The downpour is relentless. We’re soaked just crossing the street! Our dorm is soaked as well and we have to change room. We’re tired but the humidity and rain stops all of us from sleeping. New town, old routine....and I search ...
... with a VERY fresh kill. We were able to sit & watch her eat until the vultures chased her away. What a huge buzz. She was the most beautiful thing I have ever seen, & the experience was awe inspiring. The vultures ! That expression is so appropriate! I got some pretty good photos. Can't wait to see them on a bigger screen. Just arrived at Maholoholo Forest Camp, foot of the Dragensburg Escarpment, only 30 kms from Tangala. Seriously ...
... sense that I'm at the pointy end.
Something tangibly stirs in me now, it marks the end of a crippling writers block, which has physically disabled my ability to digest and reflect on the trip to date.
A metaphor about a baboon being tricked into holding up a giant rock springs to mind.
The food gates of the past break water against my turbulent future in a present that is requiring all of my energy.
Quick moving, ...