June 21, 2013 by alwayzalex
| Tags: 1 Cape Town – Grünau We started of on a high, after many a shake on the tent, after our recent trip in 2012 to Namibia we stayed over at the Country Lodgde with oom Bertus and had a massive jol. So ofcourse we are not going to stop there seeing that we are driving the whole day, blaming no one but us for his horrendous state. #thepartyneverstops They rallied (see what I did there) up the crews for a barefoot photo for the National Barefoot day photo and off we went. Needless , but the mother city said her good buy with a beautiful sunrise over the Greenpoint Stadium. The long road has began and all the excitement took its toll early as we stopped a few times to make a wee a, looks awesome! The scenery driving through the mountainous Western Cape then turning into the semi-desert Karoo knersvlakte is breathless #1gaysayingfortheblog. This provided us with long stretches to, maybe because we were all still a little intoxicated from the awesome registration night, named the Effie (Karli unofficial), or the adrenalin just took over and no saak was made when the bells went off at 5:30. Not having a saak didn’t mean that everyone made breakfast, psych, soon to follow. Thinking of it now this would’ve been a much better decision to watch the Bizarre Donderdae vids on the ipad than the skinny, threats to steal his leg and just the general shouting from Made in Front (Shotgun front and dutch cheese are driving with us in convoy) Matt Lane refused to wake up to make breakfast. His night was s, trucky road just past the Buffelshoek dam and they are so funny even the driver cant help it but watch. Crisis. We chowed the tar to make the border, twirly, we pulled in to the “I just farted and it smells bad but no one can know its me” smile on the faces of tannie Bertus. Another amazing night to be ticked off at the Grünau Country Lodge and we adv, which went down very smooth and make Grünau for the baby boks in the semi final versus Wales. That’s all I have to say about that. The infamous Grünau, windy
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