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And just when you think it can't get any better, NBA Basketball Without Borders comes up! (Although these last 5 days were absolutely amazing, it would never top my year in Rwanda kabisa sha!)
So after legit tearing for four and a half hours on the plane ride from Kigali, Rwanda to Johannesburg, South Africa, I finally touched down in the airport and waited for Casey’s flight to get in. We took a shuttle bus with a few female players that flew in with him from Capetown ...
... something has insights, please let me know!). It was easy to identify the building of the US consulate - it's the one with the big fence.
While preparing to enter, I discovered that I don't have a new pic with me - EMERGENCY. Luckily around the corner was a shopping center with a Kodak Store. First I was shocked that I need to pay 60ZAR for one pic (the price of a delicious 150g Steak!) but then fate told me once more that it loves me: I could an awesome ...
... temperature of 10 degrees Celsius, was not what we were expecting! I think there were at least 6 planes arriving early and I don't think customs were quite ready so, a long but steady wait. Jack was so excited to get his first stamp in his passport. For Bella it was like a regular occurrence. The arrivals gate was crowded and here the Lucas Clan was dazed and in need to find directions. We were sent off out of the airport to the bus terminal. ...
Look out Africa we have landed
We landed in Johannesburg April 20, the day Kony 2012 campaign supporters were putting up posters promoting Kony 2012 in their home towns. An attempt to gain wider recognition on the issue. They have also include campaign buttons, posters, bracelets, and stickers to help spread awareness a select group of individuals in order to "help bring awareness to the horrific ...
... through central and South America.
On arrival we had time to kill and headed straight to the Kegg ordered 3 draughts and proceeded to watch the cricket, life could not have been better. The cricket was not looking too hot, but the beer was tasting good.
We left the Keg and met Len dog at his local hang out, the chemist. By this stage we were wearing our home made RSA vests for some extra gees ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking