Pub Crawling in Gaborone

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My recent trip to Gaborone in Botswana was filled with a lot of first times. My friend Kagiso was celebrating his birthday and we had to do it right by going pub crawling.

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What’s a pub crawl? you may wonder (I certainly did) .A pub crawl is a tour that takes in several pubs, clubs, drinking places and eateries, often in one night, with one or more drinks at each. I am not a fan of alcohol but I was so excited for the experience and the best thing about these pub crawls is that there are usually themed. Last month’s theme was Halloween and I must say that there are so folks who definitely looked the part.

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This fellow right here thought it was a good idea to come as Morupule B and as someone who has experienced load shedding because… Eish Eskom. I thought his outfit was so cool.

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At a pub crawl you don’t pay entrance few at the clubs that you will be going to plus there is a bus that takes you everywhere so you save on petrol and you save yourself some money and get to make new friends. The Gaborone Pub Crawls are usually themed and that’s one of the reasons why I really love the concept.

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I did not dress up for Halloween but I showed up and played like it was my mama’s back yard. I met new interesting people at the pub crawl. We even did the zombie walk (well I watched in fascination).

The Afrikan Princess escapades

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About Afrikan Princess

I don't have limits but I have principles. Vuyiso Tshabalala is a 20 something old woman with an insatiable desire to travel and acquire knowledge. An African ambassador in her own right and dubbed the "Afrikan Princess"because of her undying love for Africa and the strong passion to develop the continent and keep the African Dream alive. An entrepreneur in her own right and a serial promoter of other people's projects.

Posted on November 13, 2015, in About Africa, About Botswana, Photography, Top Articles, Travel, Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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