African Pride Pumba Private Game Reserve
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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We were picked up by Michael our guide. He was a 47 year old black gentleman (his description of himself) who was really lovely. On the just over an hour drive he talked about his experiences growing up in the apartheid times, the transition after and his thoughts on the current government. It was fascinating to listen to and made the time pass …
... when we could.
Friendliest people - Fiji
Best beaches - Philippines
Best value for money - Vietnam
Best experiences/lasting impressions of each country:
Japan - 1000 Bhuddas and Moss temple (calligraphy and chanting monks) of Kyoto
China - a few predictable ones like the Great Wall and the Terracotta Warriors. But the Wulingyuan mountains were no.1
Vietnam - hiking in Sapa, finding out ...
... South African IM is defiantly an event to add to your calendar as a destination race, it’s a tough ride and flat run but its more than just an IM, this place is amazing and you will be left in wonder and amazement when you finished not just with your achievement but with what you have seen and the amount of fun you just had. Pito and Joey are off to run the Two Oceans Marathon in Capetown on the Easter Weekend, it will be an easy run with 11 thousand elite ...
... land, he belongs to that safari park so the rangers were pretty happy about this. Although Herbert was particularly happy with our presence...so we had to move off. Hippos kill more people every year than any other animal.
Fun fact of the day from DD: "hippos kill the most people, elephants are the most dangerous and leopards are the most violent. For every second a leopard is on you, that's 1 million ...
... Team and so on.
It has been an incredible year with some exciting changes!
Photos in this blog are from:
A Core Team training trip in Cape Town (February 21st- February 25th). Eight of us were able to make the eight-hour trip to Cape Town to experience one of the most informational and inspiring conferences ever. It was led by Life Teen International (American) Speakers: Randy Raus (President of Life Teen) and ...