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RSA Trek V:The Final Frontier

RSA Trek V:The Final Frontier June 27, 2010 | What's New | Read More
Portugal scored more than Ronaldo in a Brothel. Well the second part of my trip to South Africa started with a bang. 7 bangs to be more accurate as Portugal destroyed North Korea in the rain in Cape Town. Dave gets pissed wet through with some genuine North Korean fans (and discovers some Korean heritage...

Fish Hoek line and sinker

Fish Hoek line and sinker June 22, 2010 | What's New | Read More
Cape Town really is a wonderful place. A most for anyone who considers themselves a seasoned traveller. Table Mountain, wine country all rise to the top of the list of things to do, but what about what goes on the dark side of the mountain? This is what I set out to discover on my first weekend in Africa,...

Friday Bloody Friday

Friday Bloody Friday June 20, 2010 | What's New | Read More
‘the single best thing about the whole game was the Algeria fans, they were so loud, it was ace, I wish i could be Algerian’ – Paul P. Cosgrove.  Well that was a crock of poo really wasn’t it. Shame, because Friday was a great day, apart from the 92 mins I spent in the Green...

vuvuzela: (noun)welcome to afrika

vuvuzela: (noun)welcome to afrika June 20, 2010 | What's New | Read More
Caveat: Apologies readers. These first few days in CT have been crazy, full of the kind of incidents  (and a shocking England match) you would expect from me, and want to read about. You are about to read about Thursday and my initial impressions of SA. Tomorrow will be the weekend. Please bear with...

RSA TREK IV: The Voyage Home

RSA TREK IV: The Voyage Home June 20, 2010 | What's New | Read More
Biggest shout out possible by World Cup blogger to Michelle Browning of the British Airways Executive Club, who’s amazing efforts got me to London on time today, after her collegues delayed my original flight by…. 22 hours. Sir Morgan Freeman was pleased to hear I was on my way to RSA....
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