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... we could go to the airport earlier if we liked – so we said yes we would do that because we had started earlier. It was hard to believe we had been touring around for almost 5 hours !! Time went so quickly.
Ian asked what we thought of Soweto. We said we enjoyed our sightseeing very much and clearly there is a lot to see there. I told him from the images I had seen on TV, I thought it was primarily a shanty town and filled ...
... hotel so we can chill, wash and amble over to the terminal at 21.00.
All aboard and we are away on time for an 10hr 57 minute flight to Holland, the plane is not full and we have plenty of space, after a drink and a cold meal! I finish my book about a woman training a Goshawk - H is for Hawk. Good book, made me think of training one myself. Had a decent sleep about 6 hours and woke about 07.30, still 3 ...
... the big 5, amongst many other wild animals, and spending some quality time with old friends and their growing families, enjoying the marvellous weather and loving every minute in this beautiful country.
Now my trip is half way done, which I can’t believe, and I’m looking forward to this big adventure of seeing the world and meeting many new friends. J
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... as the Economic Hub (financial).
Johannesburg is the services Hub.
Manages international trade division
- Host incoming delegations
- Organizes business to business meetings
- Organize outward trade missions, takes business to other countries to
promote business (try to stay within Africa) focus on Africa
- Free trade agreement offered within bordering countries
- Agreement with EU, ...
... within South Africa’s borders and outside of the country.
We hopped off the bus to re-visit the impressive Apartheid Museum. It is probably one of the best museum’s we have ever visited. It tells the apartheid story starting with the humiliation of the Boers in the second Boer war by the British in 1902. This is followed by the creation of the South African state through unification of the former Boer republics, followed by the British exiting ...