B&B&B Guesthouse Threebees
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... not forgetting my favorite place in South Africa - Cape Town and he humbling visit to Robben Island.
Along the way I have made many new and special friends - it would not be fair to name them all but they know who they are. The have and will be my friends for the rest of my life. Additionally I was able to meet up with some old friends who I had not seen for nearly 4 years - I am incredibly indebted to Adam and Katie in Sydney who out up with me for many week ...
On list of things to do today is: find out about Internet wifi access, how to get phone connection and start inquiring about a car. My aunt Jenny has kindly lent me her car for a few days as she is in Cape Town. Driving on the correct side of the road, first time driving and first time on left hand side of road after a month of right hand side, Maryanne, Joshua and I drive to the shopping centre. Felt so good to drive again...freedom... ...
To avoid yesterday's debacle, I took the precaution of walking the route we would be taking to our bus in a few hours time.......much easier without bags or family. The mini-bus duly arrived and we started the final leg of our journey to Swaziland. An uneventful drive got us to the border in good time and were soon in Mbabane. First impressions: It's changed a bit in the 27 years, but not uniformly. The roads are better and there's been some building but ...
... tons of new roads – most of the time I have no idea where we are – everything looks so different. Duncan road, Atterbury road, Lynnwood – not recognizable!! By the way for you ex Durbanites all the street names in Durban have apparently been changed – West street in no longer West street – when I asked why West street had to have its name changed given that its not a name like Smuts or Kruger that has significance to the apartheid ...
... and work on changing some SA rand to US dollars for the trip to Zimbabwe (dollars replaced the Zim dollar after the hyperinflation). Spotting a Nandos, this seemed like a very obvious option! The prices are about half of what they are in the UK... After a long chat and some chicken we went to the first bank to find some dollars, who sent me to the second bank to find some dollars. At this point I withdrew the rand I wanted to change and headed to the bureau de change desk. Asking if I ...