Where we are going and when...

  • Depart Tucson - June 5th
  • Arrive in Johannesburg - June 6th
  • Kruger National Park for Safari - June 7th - 10th
  • Capetown - June 10th - 18th
  • Capetown for France vs. Uruguay - June 11th
  • Simons Town for Shark Dive - June 12th
  • Capetown for Italy vs. Paraguay - June 14th
  • Winelands Wine Tour - June 15th
  • Durban - June 18th - 20th
  • Durban for Netherlands vs. Japan - June 18th
  • Victoria Falls - June 21st - 24th
  • Johannesburg to Tucson (via Atlanta) - June 24th

South Africa

South Africa

Friday, June 11, 2010

The Possible War that Could be Strung Up After Today

Possibly the most anticipated game of the group stage takes place today. USA vs. England. Unfortunately, this game has a huge impact on the rest of the US's group stage performance. If they play horribly and lose, they are likely to continue doing so throughout the 1st round. If they play better than expected, it is likely that they continue impressing. With England's powerful line-up, they have been predicted as the victor. England's new manager, Fabio Capello, has made many solid changes to his massive selection of starters. One particular mishap threw him off though. Rio Ferdinand, arguably the world's greatest defender, injured his knee, and is out for the tournament. Running dry on defenders, Capello could be having a mental breakdown. There are many factors that will come in to play in tonight's heavy-weight bout, but one thing's for sure. Some drunken hooligan will confront you. On this extremely likely occurrence, just walk away.


  1. Great stuff Connor!!

  2. What if I'm the hooligan? USA! USA!

  3. So, no more travel log material??? Cheryl

  4. Go USA!!! What a comeback!!!