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The end in Argentina


For some reason, I was reminded by an ad on Addynamo (the ad you see on your right) about the final episode of the Bar one Manhunt. I for one, who shamelessly confessed to being the number one Bar One Manhunt fan should be caged, thrown in a cold cell, left for days without food nor water, or whatever (not that I am encouraging this) for neglecting my favourite show.

Enough about me and rejection, back to the show at hand – or at end rather. While I haven’t updated about the show for the past 4 episodes (yes I have been counting) things are back to normal now. Take notice, I stopped updating once my favourite (or hot?) contestants left the show. Gha! The end is near, If you were watching last weeks episode you’d know what I am referring to.

Talking about all things to do with the end, this week (22 October)  the remaining 4 (four) contestants travel to the City of the End of the World. Creepy, i know. The City, otherwise known as Ushuaia plays homage to some of the worlds most freezing weathers, but will our four MEN be able to overcome this mentally and physically?

As the norm, there will be a solo trial, and for that extra twist there will be another, second trial where the MEN will be put to the test. In the first solo trial, the Husky Sled Orienteering the MEN will master the art of mushing. The ultimate Bar One Man will be leader of the pack and the driving force to complete the challenge.Glacier Climb, the second Solo Trial in this episode is where the men will need to climb a frozen glacier in a race to the top.

But as always you can catch all the Bar One Manhunt action (and see who leaves the show early) on SABC1 on Tuesday at 21h00


Papi Mabele
Tech enthusiast at heart. Lover of all things digital. Papi is the founder of SA Vibe and has been sharing his love for gadgetry since 2010. Papi sees no need for wearable tech in his busy schedule and considers the Xbox One as non existant. He may come across as bias at times, and still holds a grudge at BlackBerry for creating the 8520.