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... for some Mexican food at Qdoba. We learned that the Boeing 777 would be boarding an hour before departure so we headed for the gate. Before long we had descended on to the massive plane and became increasingly jealous of the $10,000 "bed seats". We made our way to our seats and settled in. One of the pilots announced a flying time of 14 hours and 42 minutes. We decided that they were trying to rub in how long the flight ...
... paying the other types of tax.
Back to non political business.
The weather here on the Highfelt has been fantastic but the combination of the temps (30) the height (5400 feet) and the dry air get you! Even when you do nothing you are very tired at the end of the day. A refreshing shower revitalizes! A long sleep as well.
This weekend will be a quiet one. After the weekend I am planning to drive to Ermelo to visit Elmarie Celliers.
Yesterday I slept in till 10:30, today was much different, I was wide awake at 5:00 AM. I just hide to lie there awake till Eetu was up because from his guest room where I am sleeping to his kitchen, I have to walk through his room and I didn't want to wake him. After a small breakfast, it was time to pack everything up and head to the train station. It's very close to Eetu's, a Kilometre at most...maybe lest. But, it's all uphill, and I was dragging my 45 lb. suitcase and ...
... city with pretty much everything we have in big cities at home - I wasn't sure I liked this! Still we were only there for one night. We got a free airport transfer to our lodge for the night which was empty and a bit dingy but we were shattered from our hectic schedule in Zambia so we just ate and slept. We woke up at 5am the next morning as we were going to be picked up at 6 for our 4 day Kruger park tour which we were incredibly excited about as the itinerary ...
... of been stalking the baby. We then realised hat there wasn't a baby zebra so we knew that impala was the main meal. We waited and watched them for a little and decided that we shouldn't get in their way of hunting. We drove down the road a bit and had some snacks, and then we heard the sound of impalas running and calling for help. We finished the snacks and headed to the cheetahs only to find them sitting down with a baby impala. They started eating it, looking ...