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... to fly and upload them but I'm not sure when that will be. I'm sure most of you are now thinking "Matt has been lying to all of us and has just gone to South Africa for a 3 month holiday". Well you would be correct so far.. But don't worry, work starts Monday morning so I will hopefully be able to get stuck in to whatever I will be doing! I'll be sure to let you all know what I am doing and how it's ...
I want to start this entry by talking about the backpacking culture that pervades South Africa and just how established it is compared to the rest of Africa. Before I caught my flight to Joburg, I snagged a copy of Coast to Coast: The Definitive Guide to Backpacking Southern Africa from Jollyboy Backpackers, the hostel in Livingstone, Zambia. Although the guide alludes to backpacking through Southern Africa, it's overwhelmingly dedicated to traveling ...
... then puts his hazard lights on to thank you and then you flash your headlights to acknowledge the gesture. Simple). As the 4x4 overtook us, I saw the driver was a fat, smug toad-faced man. It came as no surprise that he didn't thank me, but the red mist came down and I flashed my headlights at him. I then followed at a discreet distance determined to seek revenge and just a few miles later my opportunity arose as he indicated to turn into the ...
... impressed. It was a great day.
Laundry. I was in dire need of doing it. It's never fun to wake up to dirty laundry piles but it was time. Too cheap to spend the 6 dollars to have it done for me, I hand-washed while the woman who could have done it for me, watched me. Nice woman. I just wondered what she thought as I struggled through multiple buckets of water, spilling it on myself and the floor, hanging my clothes not so ...
... By the time got there the clouds had moved in and the weather had cooled off but we felt like we had made it there so we better have a swim. The water was freezing and we made it a quick dip before we headed back down the river.
Still chilled from the dip we went to a great little restaurant called Zuchini which promotes the slow foodmovement, grows 70 percent of their own vegetables and quite simply has absolutly delicious food. We ...