African Pride Pumba Private Game Reserve
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... 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 ...
... staying with a young family in PE just up the road from race start. The host family also raced the IM and the Corporate Tri the day before, staying with a tri family has been a bonus with help on building the bikes and getting some inside info on the weather and what to expect race day. Onto the race and what a day it was. With a forecast wind building to 35km’s an hour everyone knew the bike was going to be a slog. Some complications with mobile phones and ...
... 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 ...
... cups" and you could slot the handle of any beer into the other so you only had one handle to carry, so you could stack up and transport about 15 beers at a time. Smart invention that.
It started to rain towards the end of the match and by the time we left the stadium it was absolutely pouring. We couldn't find our taxi driver who was definitely very late...but we found him in the end and made our way slowly through the traffic back to the hostel. I was ready ...