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Langa Township tour, Cape Town

Day One of the adventure We began with a Langa township tour; one of the biggest townships in Cape Town. Our tour guide was Richard (who lived in this township) although that was his ‘apartheid’ name – back before apartheid
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Chilling out in my Zambian campsite

I’m home; what next?

To be honest, the first thing I want to do is run away and head straight back to Africa but that’s not going to happen any time soon so the next best thing will be to write about my trip
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Meditation in Malawi

Before I write my post, I’d like to confirm that I’m neither drunk or high and I haven’t had some ‘weird tea’ lol; Africa is just affecting me in ways I never expected and I wanted to share that with
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A look back on my trip so far…

So let’s get you all caught up… We left Zambia earlier than expected due to the election results. A new president was elected which meant that whilst some were rioting, others were partying hard, as in firing guns just for
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Soul searching in Zambia

I’ve had the most amazing two days and I’m not sure I can find the right words to describe it but I’ll give it a go… Yesterday morning I did the Devil’s Pool…remember, it’s the natural infinity pool at the
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I’ve made it to Zambia!

Two amazing days to talk about! Monday was a day of medicine for the soul. Up at 5.45am to do a three hour game drive around Chobe National Park in Botswana. We saw giraffe right next to our truck and
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Welcome to Botswana!

So let’s get back to some Africa talk shall we? What have I been up to I hear to cry out? Everything and nothing. We’ve done A LOT of driving since we left Etosha National Park on Monday but we’ve
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Soul searching in Namibia

I’m going off topic today. No Africa talk, just a post of self-reflection and honesty whilst I’m on the road. But first I want to tell you about two quotes I came up with. And when I say ‘came up’,
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