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Hokulea to set sail for risky leg to South Africa, weather permitting

They will sail from Mauritius to Madagascar to South Africa, possibly taking four to six weeks.

Two Professional Bike Freeriders Fly High in South Africa

Two professional bike freeriders, Sam Reynolds and Andreu Lacondeguy, test out a high flying line as they ride in South Africa in preparation for a video project ...

Nuclear and renewables: South Africa's ambitious new energy mix

Heavily reliant on coal-fired electricity, South Africa is launching ambitious new projects aimed at diversifying its energy sources and avoiding the regular power ...

Where the Hell is Matt in South Africa?

The Diski dance was created for the upcoming World Cup and is composed of five soccer-themed moves. Learn more at //southafrica.net/dance and you ...

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Yes but the penguins are almost completely immobile - unlike the herd of elephants which are all moving in the background. There is some very small movements from just a few penguins but it still looks very 'unreal' that they should be struck immobile while a human is jigging around right in front of them, not to mention the extra cameramen etc disturbing them.
so ?, when he started this whole idea of dancing around the world he didnt got payed he just spended all his money, it was until Stride gum found him he got payed. but who doesnt wants to get paid to dance around the world and show some light of peace that is still left.
Why the hell is everyone going on about this video being shopped?? Im from South Africa and I can assure you that all the scenes are real. The penguins can be seen at boulders beach in Cape Town (google it) and it's really no big deal to go up close to them!
Those video's are hilarious! The bit about the dancing robots...What a laugh! :D Ok I can see now why there is controversy surrounding his video's...The usual stupid people crying 'fake' when something good comes along! Thanks for the heads-up!
That's how they are all the time! They are very used to human interaction and as a result you can walk in amongst them without any reaction...The most you are likely to get out of them is a sleepy eye watching you when you get too close:)
life is a long journey. so grab your friends and family and have fun along the way. make new friends and explore new places. make your life exciting while you still have it and bring smiles to people's faces and share the fun :)
I guarantee you, here in the states there is nothing said about South Africa's crime. We do expect to see a lot of poor areas if we go to the cities (pretty much like what you'd see in our cities) but that's about it.
I was there. I spent 10 days in Fish Hoek. I will admit the Cape is a beautiful place. Being from RSA you know that crime is out of control. I loved it and would go back, but I wouldn't live there!
You make the world that is renownedly known to be not as appealing - simply beautiful. Thank you for sharing your experiences :) Ps. I hope you went to the world cup and danced there!
I am proud to have been born in such a wonderful and exotic place. People are too stereotypical of South Africa about crime etc. you just need to come here to see it.
ok now look at the penguin at the far left, next to the one lying on the rock. It turns its head to the side. Penguins always don't have to move ya know...
Jason, were they the same robots as the dancers with different skin, for $17,000,000 you'd think they would be! Gotta love BuzzBrain!!
The beauty of South Africa, her people and her cultures are not to be beat It was my privilege to spend 6 weeks there a few years ago

Temperature Rising - Les Nubians (8.15.10.D.r)

The women of Les Nubians were shaped by many influences. Les Nubians has its genesis in a small town in the South West region of France where the ...

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Mystery of the boat in the middle of Bouvet Island

If there is a middle of nowhere, it is Bouvet Island, a 19 square mile piece of land in the South Atlantic, uninhabited and covered by glacial ice. It is the world's ...
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