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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... get help (picture). The photo was shown around the world and and created outrage in the international community. Hector died from his wounds and the boy carrying him left the country and was never heard from again. This photo became a symbol of the brutality of the apartheid government in South ...
... the flight really wasn't so bad and didn't seem much longer than a standard fought to Europe. We were very surprised. We had been instructed by the hotel to find the hotel shuttle behind the intercontinental hotel. We followed signs for the hotel and quickly Dad was approached by a young man asking us where we were headed (we must have looked like exhausted tourists or something...). He offered to show us to the shuttle ...
... Sun hotel -_- of course our phones were playing up and couldn't call TransMagnific!! So panic was setting in and our 'taxi' finally arrived and by taxi I mean a car which the odometer, petrol gage and speed gage weren't working at all, was a hatch and had no meter :| anyway we got there at around 8:03am and everyone was still getting into the buses. We had the back seat to ourselves so sprawled across and we were on our way to the border.. Meanwhile directly in front of us there ...
... used to be the heart of downtown Jo’Burg, a fairly rough looking place at
night now, thus the 3 security guards who were all former military and were definitely
packing, I felt totally safe. We went to a building and were whisked up the
elevator to a private apartment on the top floor that took up the entire floor
of the building and looked out over the city. It was a really cool place, a
little gothic, many different rooms with different themes, outside ...
... dirt roads, I made it back to the pavement and proceeded to drive all the way around the range to the opposite side (not far from where I was). I visited a popular campground named Mountain Sanctuary Park and spent a couple hours hiking several of the trails on the acreage. One followed a creek up to a grotto, and another went down to some pools (never found those). Much of it (like Africa in general) was scrub bush with large rocks around.
After MSP, I drove back around ...