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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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... boom wasn't working. We got things figured and were in our way.
The earth is red coloured like PEI. The landscape has gone from prairie to rolling hills, and almost mountains. We have seen baboons already. Given the names of some of the accommodations and restaurants we have to assume there are crocodiles in the rivers.
It is about 1 PM and we have arrived Malelane Gate at Kruger National Park. A half an hour of filing out ...
... through the train cars. The fact that I was able to calmly sit back and observe the city from the train window, not push my way through throngs of people, and not be viciously beaten with a lead pipe, was enough to already make me feel more at ease. And then of course Rosebank, the stop where I was meeting Yasmine and Kevin, the couple who I would be staying with (thanks Max!!), had a shopping mall with Game (Africa's Wal Mart) and a variety of ...
... the centre again. The food is excellent! Then the kids came! We tried stations today. 1 outside and 2 inside for the youngest kids. It went pretty well except for a few moments of uncertainty. I was inside playing inside games with the kids. It was really fun! After that, the kids ate and then we had to say goodbye to them. We took lots of pictures, as did the kids (grabbed ...
... at the airport and we flew to Johannesburg. We had a tearfully spicy meal and parted. I went to the hotel and later met up with a friend from undergraduate. We wet to the Apartheid museum ( where I was discriminated against and made to may for my meal upfront through all the white customers paid after) and an exposition. Finally I went home to USA
... animals doing cool things. Also a work in progress!