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... of other areas which we like the look of to see what the travel time would be for Paul's commute. They were both nice areas and within the distance we want to be. Then it was back to looking for more agents and possibilities. Before we left we had contacted several agents with little or no response. I think our biggest obstacle will be finding a furnished property as in reality it is probably less than 2% of the market,and many people who are responding say it is ...
... comment was “you can’t sell baloney to a baloney slicer”.
Surprisingly, without Hanzel and Gretal bread crumbs, we did make it back to the hotel. I went to my room and Tyler proceeded to dust things up with management over incredible ridiculous service at the hotel lounge. He started out nice and then finished with “ I’m a travel agent and will never recommend this hotel”. Problem ...
After three connecting flights we finally made it to South Africa - luckily our last flight was pretty empty so we were able to take advantage of some extra seats and catch some shut eye. We jumped straight into our hire car and drove to Nelspruit (this is only an hours drive from the Kruger National Park) we had arranged to stay in this couples caravan (don't worry they rent it out like a B&B we didn't just find ...
... people here who are overweight and who have problems similar to the US, rather than tropical maladies and diseases. Furthermore, there is also a lot of alcohol consumption amongst people in their twenties. I was so impressed by the doctor taking time to ask one man who had come in why he drinks and spending extra time to talk about the negative repercussions of a lifestyle of excessive alcohol consumption.
That was the most positive ...
... for a full day at Kruger National Park..... Can't wait!!!!!
Safari Day 2:
Up bright and early at 5am for our full day at Kruger... It took about a hour to get there, again on a bumpy as hell road... Really don't think my body is designed for that much vibration or anyone's for that matter!!! It was a bit chilly so I'm glad I brought the jumper I did.. Thanks Mum & Sally :-) but I sucked it up knowing what was to come would ...
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