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everyone got here safe and sound, but should probably take a step back to the
flight here. Forgot how nice flying can
be after flying with easy jet and budget airlines for short haul flights having
a BA long haul was quite refreshing had 2 meals provided and had drinks
whenever I wanted them. Watched some
... and contempt. Later he handed it over. We left for Keyafar, where we stopped for lunch.
I did not recognise the restaurant at first but this was the restaurant where we had stopped on the first day and being handsomely ripped off. When I did remember, both Stefan and I voiced our displeasure at returning here and asked to move. Mamo refused, saying it was his friend’s place and he had had a bad day. This was totally unprofessional and very poor ...
... very hard. The tour guide showed us bullet holes in the bricks on the outside of the house. On two of the walls inside the house was the following quote from Nelson Mandela: “A freedom fighter’s wife is often like a widow, even when her husband is not in prison.”
The house was very small and very simple. In it now are lots of memorabilia that gave a glimpse into the lives of Nelson, his first 2 wives and their children. ...
After my early morning meetings, we decided to spend the day at Sandton to do some last minute shopping and have lunch. We met Meg, Jason and the girls and had lunch at Trumps... Even more nostalgia. We just relished being in each others company for the last day. After doing the washing (yes me, Lanciliwe) ...
... through. Miles watched Born to be Wild and I watched Destination South Africa. Then I watched The Lorax. I slept for awhile, then watched National Geographic about elephant orphans, then we watched Wonderlust.
The breakfast was kinda nasty. Yogurt, sausage, eggs, fruit and a croissant. Sounds good, but you just had to be there. It was not good. The were were over London, but had to fly round and round, and at that point ...