Packing shoes for England and South Africa

She's packing for the UK and RSA, with 9 pairs of shoes

She’s packing for the UK and RSA, with 9 pairs of shoes

I find packing the vehicle continually a difficult task because it’s always packets of items, pairs of shoes and other loose items lying all over the place.
But today I put Nicky on the spot while we completely emptied the car out before the Israel security check. The idea was to find out exactly how many pairs of shoes she had covertly smuggled into the car for the long trip. I’m sitting with 3 pairs namely a pair of flip flops, wellingtons and one pair of trainers.
Nicky, well… a Total of 9 pairs of shoes and I hear her mom said she always had too many shoes.
9 pairs of shoes too much

9 pairs of shoes too much


And to complicate matters further, is another lady called miss Lily that added a further 7 pairs to the mix i.e. = Total 16 pairs amongst the ladies!!!16 pairs of shoes

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2 Responses to Packing shoes for England and South Africa

  1. BILLY says:

    Don’t be mean Nic let the girls have the shoes its a girl thing Nic….. when the cook they need shoes when they washup they need a pair when they breakup camp they need and most of all when they push you out the mud/sand/ kak/ they need shoes boet….. all sorts of shoes and when they pour that cold beer at the end of the day they need shoes…. So Nic buy more pairs of shoes
    Travel safe you guys

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