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All Quotes by author - Jodi Balfour
" A crowded ferry ride away from Tanzania's coastal city, Dar es Salaam, Zanzibar is a marvel for the senses. Every sight and smell is provocative, inspiring a sense of the old and new. "
" For me, a car is a mode of transport - a reliable way to get from A to B. Comfort is important. And it's very important to fit my friends and be able to go on a road trip. "
" Growing up South African, I was comparatively in a world of privilege, especially being the youngest and being figuratively wrapped up in cotton wool by the rest of the family. "
" I am a hopeless optimist. "
" I am such a sillybilly that I embarrass myself all the time. "
" I can understand how you can feel very lucky about the kind of life you live but also intrigued and magnetized to a different life. "
" I love Canada. The natural environment here is so inspiring. It never ceases to make me feel grounded and calm and to help put things in perspective. And I love Canadians. A lot. "
" In South Africa, we drive on the left-hand side, and most of the cars are standard, so I learned with a full-gear transmission with a clutch and hill starts. I've never driven an automatic until I came to Canada. "
" I've never been somebody who needs their car or other material, larger possessions to say something flashy about them. "
" My first car was a little white Volkswagen City Golf. They've just been discontinued in South Africa, but they were the staple first car for most of my peer group. It's the most entry-level four-door four-seater that Volkswagen ever made. I named him Doug. I don't know why. "
" My travel habit is usually to visit somewhere I have never been rather than develop a consistent relationship with a place. "
" Not many people whose series gets cancelled get to come and put the period at the end of the sentence. "
" Tanzanians are some of the friendliest you'll ever meet, insisting on a welcoming smile and wave as they pass you on the streets, exclaiming 'Jambo!' "
" The pace is different on a film set. It's slightly slower, allowing for a little more wiggle room. Sometimes there is a bit more room to explore and work on the floor. On a TV set, you really have to be ultra-prepared and ready to deliver because time is so tight. Not that you don't have to be prepared for film. "
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