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Set off mid morning, I planned to get a Telecom SIM card for my phone for better reception, had breakfast at the mall, then called in to see Neti to get a phone account for evidence of staying. We trundled off to the Telekom shop only to be told I need my passport, drivers licence would do! Bugger !!! So that job is on hold for tomorrow as my passport is locked away in the safe. We wandered around the shops aimlessly for a while, bought some supplies ...
... into London, everything is such a beautiful green with neat little square or rectangular patches of land. Today, flying into Johannesburg, everything was brown or tan. No swimming pools. Plus, many of the land areas were circular or oddly shaped. I do not know why, but I hope to find out. Also, the names they use to address me are different. On British Air, I was "Madam", but in Turkey, I was "Lady", and here in South Africa, I am "ma'am". I have ...
... we saw that it was the new plane again. When we arrived to the stairway (nothing accessible on this trip) two agents tagged our bags, as they sometimes do in the states and we were told that we would get them at the gate when we landed. More on that later.
Even for short flights in Africa, a meal and beverage are served. Wine and Beer are always free. Perhaps that is why their concept of time is so skewed…. We were able ...
... generous and funny people. So many memories to reflect upon and stories to tell. I hope everyone enjoys this blog that took me ages to write. Please feel free to comment on photos. Do not comment on my spelling or grammar. My bucket list is now complete. Time to write a new bucket list for the next journey.
Arrival at Joburg airport and once again I managed to have 4 seats to myself for the long flight home
... Significant EventsOn 16 June 1976 high-school students in Soweto, South Africa, protested for better education. Police fired teargas and live bullets into the marching students.
No one had time for the Pieterson Museum, so we followed the bus to the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg and that's where we parted with the tour group. As we entered the museum there were two entrances, one for Whites and the other for ...