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I sit here alone at my home in Cape Town. It’s 9pm in the evening on Saturday 6 August 2016. I have just witnessed something that touched me so deeply that I had to share this story in words … Continue reading
Fantastic evening hike with Warren Spencer from home to Glencairn Cave.
Not a day goes by when this view doesn’t take my breath away #capetown #africa #chapmanspeak #houtbay #atlanticocean #scenery
This morning shortly after 10am a Metrorail Train travelling between Sunnycove and Glencairn stations caught alight. Emergency services were on scene quickly to attend to the blaze and did an admirable job containing it and separating the remaining carriages and … Continue reading
Bianca just buried herself on the run to claw back 21 places but in the end fell just 2 places short of the final ascent and the Black t shirt cut off. I have no words for how I feel … Continue reading
We are on the run course Bianca ran out of T2 in 183 position. She is running well and taking back places but it’s getting hot and no one is throwing in the towel. Everyone wants a black t shirt.
Let me say that the 5th and last climb to Imingfjel is a nasty one. It is 7km long and unrelenting. At nearly 150km in the legs already I can’t imagine how tough this must be.