I’ve been on many tours in a few countries, but it was a tour in my hometown of Port Elizabeth that impressed me recently.
It translates to “slowly slowly” …and they mean it.
This weekend we finally took the plunge and went camping.
Some good mates and I are planning a road trip in the middle of next year. We’re doing it largely with stuff we already have, but there are a few odds and ends that I’m short. Until today, that included a sleeping bag. Today I got myself one.
The weekend away in the Baviaanskloof is less than two weeks away. I’m really excited, but Nadine is still very apprehensive. Since my last experiment proved that my bed theory was severely lacking, I’ve thrown it out completely and started again. My new theory is this: The bottom is a 120mm sponge mattress covered in…Continue reading The Camp Bed Experiment: Part 2
We’re going camping, but we’re trying to do it without buying any new stuff. Last night I experimented with a bed configuration.
Teaching English as a Foreign Language. Many countries that are not native English speakers employ the services of English teachers. I want to be one.
These cosy little cabins are on the Gamtoos river, twenty-five kilometres short of Jeffrey’s Bay if you leave Port Elizabeth.