New Adventures. Finally.

It’s been ages since I’ve written anything in this little corner of the internet that is entirely mine. Not because my life hasn’t been interesting or filled with the brim of new situations, but mostly because I am lazy and also unsure how much even the most dedicated reader (okay, the second most dedicated reader, my mum does not count) would get out of reading about me working a regular job, slowly advancing there, and generally not doing much with my life. But all that is about to change! Or at least for a little while. For it is time for another awesome trip to a slightly more exotic corner of the world!

Tomorrow, I’ll be flying to South Africa. Johannesburg, to be precise. I’m going to spend 19 days there and plan to cuddle with lions, run with the elephants (it’s like running with the bulls in Pamplona, only messier if you stumble) and french-kiss a giraffe. I also promised to bring back a great white shark. Looks like it will be an animalistic holiday.

I’m sure you can understand my excitement. I’ve never been to South Africa before. I haven’t been to any Africa before. I’ll meet my dear friends Elsa and Roger there, who were kind enough last year to let me stay with them in Adelaide for quite a bit longer than anybody expected, and who now almost insisted that I’d come and see them in their native country. They are wonderful people and I’m sure we will have an amazing time together, even if Elsa will probably not let me cuddle any lions.

I’m not really sure what exactly I’ll be seeing and doing and I’m glad for it. This is decidedly an adventure, even if it is so tame that I will have to invent exciting stories to claim danger afterwards. All I know is when my flight gets in, when I fly back, and that I will have a great time in between. I hope I’m not too busy hunting cheetahs to write an occassional blog post about it. Who knows, there might even be pictures…

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