Back at the loft, the girls pack. They have two hours and have to bring everything, which leads me to believe that they'll be in South Africa for a while. Christina closes the graffiti-covered door to their loft and says, "Goodbye L.A." The airplane takes off, and we are treated to an illustration of their route that is a total rip-off of The Amazing Race designed by the makers of Candy Land. But it's actually kind of cute. And then, scenic shots of lovely South Africa. The girls arrive at the airport and it's so much more relaxed than all the times when Rob and Amber are pushing everyone else out of the way so that they can get a cab or paying off local help or whatever it is they do. Keenyah says that the flight was long, but worth it when they reached sunny, blue-skied, mountainous, hot South Africa. She can't believe that they're on "African dirt." Brittany and Keenyah joke that it looks like rain.
Michelle says that Brittany and Keenyah are always joking, and that she's not used to opening up to people. These two sentences don't really follow, but go with the gist. She's trying to connect with them more, but is still something of an outcast from the group. Well, sometimes it's hard for people to like other people who are kind of weird. Michelle -- who is actually looking kind of pretty, for her -- has apparently read a South African etiquette book on the plane and tells the others that they shouldn't put their hands in their pockets when talking to others, but rather look them in the eye. And from what I hear, this strategy worked really well for Nelson Mandela. Michelle also tells the girls not to point with their index finger. Brittany gives a bored "Really." Keenyah says that it's rude to point in America, too. Michelle interviews that Brittany and Keenyah seem to make fun of everything she says, which can get a little old. And maybe they use it as a strategy to deflect their attention from making fun of how she looks, so she should actually be grateful. And please, someone, touch up this girl's roots.