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... risk being charged, and (2) don't bother filling it up in Windhoek (as we did) since they will only then take it to their pumps to top it off and charge you the difference (this was true for Avis anyway).
We got to the airport (One room with essentially one gate for all departures) plenty early which Christina was happy about since she could be transfixed along with all the Africans and Europeans watching ...
... was both interesting and upsetting. I think having been born when I was, I hadn't realised how recently the situation had been so awful in SA. It was a real eye-opener into understanding better Freedom day and the massive ANC support that we've encountered while we've been here as well as explaining all the photos after the football game (Orlando pirates are a Soweto team).
There were lots of photos of Johannesburg in the ...
I am coming up on my one week anniversary of calling South Africa home and it has been quite the whirlwind experience! My flights from New York to Dubai and Dubai to Joburg went flawlessly (although I couldn't see the Burj Khalifa from the Dubai airport, which was a bummer). I arrived around 4:30pm in Joburg and didn’t have any issues getting through customs. I then met up with a few members of my group and then we were off to our guesthouse for the night.
Today was probably the most moving and interesting day for my thus far. We visited Constitution Hill in downtown Johannesburg. It is in this place where the main prison for the Apartheid, a prison which held Nelson Mandela and Mahatma Gandhi, still stands today, and also where there current Constitutional Court was built. We were able to stand in cells where innocent men and women were held and tortured before the end ...
... amp; vodka in 1 liter "Sir drop a lot" bottles. Sense of humour, lip balm, zambuk, plasters, antibiotic, nail clippers/Emery board & sissors, shorts, rain suit, long sleeve tees, cash, spasmend (for the body aches & pains), winter and summer gear, 2 pairs of gloves, fog stuff for visors, tabard,
What to leave at home:
We all packed well and it seemed as no-one had packed anything that wasn't needed.
According to Marks ...