I pretty much hated her right out of the gate. Her air of superiority was a real turn off, but then she goes on to tell us how she fell hard for some guy she met in the States, followed him to South Africa, then decided almost as quickly that he was an asshole. So she, in all her wisdom, leaves his house in the middle of the night and GOES TO A BAR where she starts drinking with people she doesn't know, gets drunk, and and hooks up with the NEW love of her life, the bartender, Syngin. She makes immature choices based on her inability to say NO to herself, and then tries to justify her actions by selling us a bill of BS. Like why is it so hard to simply call Syngin when she gets in to let him know she's safe? If she can't even commit to that, how will she ever make it through a marriage? I also feel sorry for whatever children she brings into the world. I remember a while back, a couple in Alaska who were really into winter outdoor sports. They had a baby and said the kid wasn't going to hold them back. The baby would just have to basically keep up with them. So they strapped it to one of their backs and went out cross-country skiing for the day, and when they got back, the baby was dead. It froze to death. Sorry, I know it's a terrible story, but Tania has that same kind of arrogance about her and it made me think of that poor baby.