An interesting day was spent in Port Elizabeth, aka Nelson Mandela Bay... But that was the easy part.. Arriving there proved to be a bit of a challenge - in the quest to discover how fuel efficient we are.. 'someone' by the time we reached Port Elizabeth, kept insisting that the fuel gauge was ok, even though it was reading below the red line.. "dude, did you hear that?", "hear what?", "there it is again!", "what?... by the way why are we stopping here in the middle of the highway?!!"
Ready to go? Not really ...it's getting hectic, still need to pick up the t-shirt from Auny in Seven Sister, get the last technology for the equipment, clean the house, pack my bag...4 hours to go...mission impossible?
Mynatour group's adventure in South Africa has begun!! The last preparations were made in Cape Town and now the group is heading towards the Eastern Cape's biggest town, to Port Elizabeth. This town - also known as Nelson Mandela Bay - offers beautiful blue-flagged beaches.
2010 marks the beginning of Mynatour?s biggest and most exciting adventure yet - and we?re going to share it with you everyday online. We are going to transport you to South Africa - home of the 2010 World Cup - and a place that will experience one of the biggest environmental impacts of any sporting event in history and try to promote some advices to make it, just, a little bit greener.
Giornata cuscinetto, di quelle che servono per attutire il colpo del get leg, che a quanto pare quando si viaggia in senso "antiorario" pare pi? un jab leg. Anche se poi in realt? quando sei a 10000km di distanza da casa tua non c'? mai del tempo perso. In giro randomicamente per Hanoi, a vedere quello che capita, a parlare di quello che capita, a sentire quello che capita, a capire quello che capita. Mausoleo di Ho Chi Min, una specie di Fidel Castro che si ? dato da fare in tempo di colonialismo francese.