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... of driving (we naively thought) ahead of us.
Idling away the time on the roadside, the men taking turnings peeing behind a nearby baobab tree (that at least made it an African experience), the woman behind a nearby government building, and the bus eventually arrives around 1130 to transport us to Johannesberg. A quick lunch at a mall about 45 minutes up the road, and we 'rock and roll' (without Tawanda and Amy) for the 400 remaining km drive to Jo'berg. ...
So I spent the morning separating my receipts, and labeling what I purchased and where I purchased it. It was very time consuming. My suitcases are now very well organized.
Free time on my hands. Let's go to another mall.
This mall was huge with a lot of activity going on. As we were walking around we were taken with all the Lego models on display, they were incredible! Some ...
... any security at all, one must pay for a private security service that will send an armed response team if one’s house alarm goes off. There is an obvious “white flight” going on, those young enough to start over are leaving for places where their children can be safer, and older people with family connections abroad are also leaving the violence and uncertainty. Black South Africans seem to have fewer options for leaving, finances often presenting an ...
... watching them. The highlight of our Pilanesberg experience though was definitely the final 2 game drives on our last day. I am so glad we ended up hiring the car and getting the permit to go into the park ourselves. I didn’t think the little car would make it on all those bumpy dirt roads which were quite worse for wear especially after lots of recent flooding, and it definitely got a bashing (as one of the rangers said, it is a hire car, so who really cares!!), but it served ...
... it was getting so crowded and people were standing by the gate. I thought it was going to be a free for all when they opened the gate so I went to security to ask for assistance for me and another woman. This woman was traveling with her daughter and her daughter engaged us in conversation while we waited on the Zimbabwe Visa line. We ran into them at Victoria Falls and again today. My daughter noticed that Sharon had the same type personality as me and that ...