Airport Inn B&B

Address: 19 Halifax Road, Kempton Park, Gauteng, 1619, South Africa | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on 19 Halifax Road, Kempton Park.
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    Dreaded Day

    A travel blog entry by karenkost on Apr 06, 2015

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    ... Etihad flight to Abu Dhabi. I could feel panic washing over me. I picked that moment to decide I hated flying. I kept imagining crashing and surviving only to have lions eat us in the Serengeti or to crash in the Arabian Sea to be taken by Somalia pirates. The announcement that we would be changing our flight plan to avoid Yemen did nothing to quell my anxiety. A started to think about safely arriving in Abu Dhabi and not being mentally fit to ...

    That flight wasn't really so bad...

    A travel blog entry by nrosenlieb on May 10, 2014

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    ... restaurant. The menu had an interesting array of options, many of which had an English origin. An item on the menu that sounded particularly interesting was the macaroni cheese cake (note: not macaroni AND cheese). It was actually very good. It was like baked Mac and cheese cut in slices like cake and served with tomatoes and bacon. Dad ordered some Cajun chicken strips. Soon after the meal we retreated to our room and got into ...

    Bitter baggage

    A travel blog entry by tomandgem on Apr 04, 2014

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    ... firstly, we went to Constitution Hill using the hop on and off red bus system. We had a tour of the old prison and learnt about South Africa’s past. The Constitutional Court was also a great place to visit as this reflected the present and future of South Africa. It was a powerful sign of a nation with a turbulent and bitter past wanting to move forward. The apartheid museum was the highlight. We spent much time looking at the ...

    Day 41 - Helicopter.

    A travel blog entry by simonannals on Nov 13, 2013

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    ... the South African Prime Minister. At Irene we were in a queue of traffic with sellers trying to sell us all sorts of rubbish, sunglasses, rubber rings etc. I ignored them then one of the sellers started pointing at my front tyre. Jackie told me to open the window, but it didn't feel right so I drove off with 2 of the sellers chasing us down the road. We arrived at Jan Smuts house and checked the car but couldn't find anything wrong. We ...

    In South Africa

    A travel blog entry by sharonrobinson on Sep 24, 2013

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    ... enough, you can pop them like a big pimple and out comes the worm. =o/ I have a friend who told me she flew across the United States once to squeeze one out of a friend's back! All I can say is if that's not a true friend, I don't know what is...

    Oh, and apparently you don’t go barefoot because there are worms that will borrow up into the soles of your feet from the ground. Kristie says you don’t leave clothes or towels on the ground floor for ...