Rutland House Bed & Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRutland House Bed & Breakfast Johannesburg
We were there for 2 nights in May and loved the accommodations, the gardens, the breakfast, Delia, and the guides (Felleng Tours) she suggested. Rudie & Agnes felt more like old friends after the fabulous days we spent with them touring JoBurg and Pretoria and environs. Totally reliable and enjoyable--can't recommend this whole setup more!
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First week of twelve down and the days are absolutely flying by. I don't know how to condense all the **** circling my brain into something that's interesting and informative but we'll give it a go, eh?
I mentioned last time that I was acquiring a vehicle. I have done this thing, and it is excellent. My noble steed is a tiny wee hyundai atos and what it lacks in power (my god, does it lack power) it more than makes up for in being easy to park. It so far ...
If you have recently used Sydney International Airport you will agree with me that I don't know why it seems to be the only airport in the world that doesn't have any external signs indicating where the airline check-in counters are positioned! So the taxi dumps you anywhere and then you're fighting the crowds moving in different directions inside, all trying to work out where the correct check-in is . . . . . bit like salmon trying to ...
... I met the person who is the sole proprietor of this enterprise. For the quilt, the women told me it takes her about a week to make one quilt (to me its' uniquness justified the price) I kept thinking about what Brian and Amy have been reiterating, if you like it and feel it is a fair price; enjoy it.
There is seemingly such ingenuity and craftskill amongst people here that are seemingly in lower economic strata. Take the ...
... in our pockets to spend on lunch, where we dined and played Kaiser for the next four hours. Everyone resisted the urge to doze knowing of the pending sixteen and a half hour flight to Atlanta, followed by another two and a half hours to Minneapolis and another two from there to Saskatoon! I can almost see my ankles swelling already!
And so ends our African Adventure. Words cannot begin to express the range of experiences encountered during our brief visit. We met ...
... in easy reach and there was little sign of the street violence you read so much about. All the locals were (again - like every where I have been on this trip) complaining of the unseasonal weather and it rained and rained and was cold. My head cold was considerably worse and I decided to postpone my trip to the battle lands of Zululand and head straight to Cape Town. I flew out two days later and meet my father and travelled down to the lovely Fish hoek on False Bay.