10 2nd Avenue Houghton Estate
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... to get through the museum and I was rushing at the end mainly due to the freezing cold air conditioning. The first part of the museum was outside, and your ticket designated you as either white or non-white. Based on the designations (I was non-white) you had to go through different entrances; trying to instill what it would be like under apartheid. I think you saw the same things until eventually meeting back up once further ...
... given a demonstration of what this would have been like. The lights were turned off leaving us in pitch black other than a small lamp like the one first used to navigate the cave. Getting lost in this place wouldn’t take much effort at all. The room we were standing in was as long as a football field with the roof way above us. The walls were decorated with beautiful, hundreds of thousand year old rock formations of varying shapes and ...
Here I am, waiting at the gates! Travelling makes me happy, time in airports stresses me out! Cant explain it but I just stress and worry. So Jaco got me here super early so I could check in and we had dinner and after our good byes, I ran to passport control before I could shed any tears! Such a baby.
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Though I was hoping otherwise, my belief that the boys would fail to get me to the airport in the morning was justified; at 7:15 (30 mins late) they called to say they were still at least half an hour away (code for they hadn't left yet) and that they probably couldn't get me there for my 9am flight. A taxi ride, a quick trip through check-in, an easy boarding of a slightly late flight and a takeoff from the runway saw me (unfortunately) very happy to ...
... we went to Nelson Mandela square and ate a lovely restaurant and enjoyed the night life , it was blossoming with happy faces and overflowing with food and drink for people of all races, colors and ages. A new Africa, a new beginning..And I have a feeling that tonight when we sit in our treehouse in Pezulu overlooking the wild Africa the sun will set and it will be followed by another beautiful sunrise no matter what personal tragedies or joy's the African people will ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility