Cherry Tree Cottage B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Our arrival in Johannesburg was a little bitter as the airline had lost Tom’s bag. Thankfully, the guesthouse that we had booked was a delight compared to our South Asian experience. Marilyn and Ron, our hosts, were extremely helpful and if it had not been for their quick wits, Tom would have ended up receiving someone else's luggage when it …
... of beautiful limestone formations. Thank goodness they made us wear hardhats, because with some of the small passage we had to squeeze through I would have knocked myself out several times. I have a bit of claustrophobia but soldiered through. It really gave me flashbacks to my favorite Nevada Barr book, Blind Descent (http://www.nevadabarr.com/bkap06_blind _descent.htm). We really enjoyed this, being the nerds that we are. ...
... on, the group started to get that glazed look in their eyes as they realized that the rum tasting was drawing closer and that the less questions we asked, the quicker said Takamaka rum would be flowing down our throats. The tasting was very interesting and it was a unanimous decision that the coconut flavored rum was the best. When we were ready to leave, our transport vehicle would not start, luckily Norman hopped out & quickly sorted out the problem & we were on our way. ...
... I can pull out of my hat is Barney from How I Met Your Mother: Grungy ponytail, excessive usage of tie-dye, lingering smell of patchouli, etc. I'm not gonna say that those stereotypes hold no water because, I mean, c'mon. However, these volunteers are of a modern age, a more discerning vision, and a more pleasurable scent (thank the gods).
After burritos, conversations about spiders, and frolicking through Target, a few of us make our ways back to the hotel bar to grab ...
... and the tour has only just begun.
We are allowed to walk inside the court and into the courtroom itself. In front of the seats of the various judges at the front of the court, are pinned zebra pelts to represent each of the participants. Beaded flags hang behind the seats. It feels like you’re standing some place where you shouldn’t be standing. You really feel like you are privy to something special. A court that ...