forced to watch all 64 games (and I don’t like soccer all that much), I
tried to keep it interesting- I said (and I am a woman of my word) “I’ll start
in Australia (because there was no possible way they would win) and travel over
land and sea to whatever country wins the World Cup.”
|Soccer World Cup, RSA, 2010|
hitched, I cycled, I acquired a giant teddy bear, I motor biked, I hiked, I constructed a boat – shipwrecked –
swam, stowed away on a freight ship, sailed, and then in December last year I
found myself back where I started; washed up on South African soil.
|World’s dirtiest travelling bear at “birth” and 6 months…|
|Cycling across South Eat Asia|
|We built, we sailed, we shipwrecked|
|My former crew aboard S/V Fiddler|
only a Part Time Professional Gypsy (PTPG), I took on the first real job of my
life managing an adventure park (www.acrobranch.co.za
– you should visit it) and then on Sunday, I handed over my responsibilities, left
my amazing team behind, and officially resumed my mission.
amazing Braai Day in Summerset West, and tonight I jump on a bus to Port
Elizabeth where I hop on a yacht with a bunch of 60 year olds I’ve never met…
how bad sea sickness is. By December this mission may be complete… but whatever
happens, it’s time to lick, live and be awesome! I hope you’re doing likewise!