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7th July 2015
and the road a-winding goes
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and the road a-winding goes, from golden gate to roaring cliff side, and the light is softly low, as our hearts become sweetly untied
during my week off in cape town i explored the city by foot and bus, and the surrounding area by car. i don't drive all that regularly, but south africa is one of those few countries which drives on the left, so i felt very comfortable on the road. unfortunately i can't claim the same of my belgian colleague who accompanied me on the road trips. on the first day with the car he was behind the wheel when i saw a car advancing towards us. it took me a few seconds to work out what was wrong before i started shouting "left! left!" from the passenger seat. it took him a few seconds to realise that i wasn't referring to a nonexistent left turn and switch to the correct side of the road. we both agreed that i should drive the next day, which turned out to be a good decision as i later discovered that he also crashed into a stationary car on the way back to the rental garage!

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07/07/2015
and the road a-winding goes
during my week off in cape town i explored the city by foot and bus, and the surrounding area by car. i don't drive all that regularly, but south africa is one of those few countries which drives on the left, so i felt very comfortable on the road. unfortunately i can't claim the same of my belgian colleague who accompanied me on the road trips. on the first day with the car he was behind the wheel when i saw a car advancing towards us. it took me a few seconds to work out what was wrong before i started shouting "left! left!" from the passenger seat. it took him a few seconds to realise that i wasn't referring to a nonexistent left turn and switch to the correct side of the road. we both agreed that i should drive the next day, which turned out to be a good decision as i later discovered that he also crashed into a stationary car on the way back to the rental garage!

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