27.10.2012 - 08.11.2012
We're on our last day in south Africa now! I cant believe it can you? I mean
time goes really fast these days and you've got to admit it can be really
annoying. The last few days we've been at dad's friends house there name's
are Pete and Jill and they have a dog called Lotty that barked at us when
we first met her and a fudgy cat pounced at me.They have a small swimming pool in there garden which they say is useual in that town, even better Pete has a motorbike and we got a ride on it!
While we have been in Africa we have mostly been staying at a backpackers house. The ladies name is Vera Ann and her house is surrounded by flowers,
she has lots of chickens, two dogs, a cat, and some ducks and her job is making jam which is a pity for me because I don't like jam but lucky for the others in my family because they do.
It feels weird leaving Africa and moving on to the county that we planned to go to on our the trip and I am glad I went to Africa because if I didn't go I wouldn't have seen all the animals I listed in my last blog.
These are the 5 things I have learnt about Africa.
1. It wasn't just the Romans that made straight roads
2. They do have cheese which is a very big relief.
3. In Africa there is no doubt of seeing birds with pink, or orange, or bright yellow with red breasts.
4. The African schools can be rich or poor and can be all different shapes and sizes
5. African houses or schools or nearly anything have very spikey fences around them.
So those are the 5 things, now it is time for the final rating of SOUTH AFRICA I say 7 out of 10
See you in New Zealand, I hope we dont lose our bags again...