Akuwaiseni Guest House
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... biggest dam in South Africa and the Drakensburg Mountains.
Once I arrived in Winterton I got picked up by a colleague/neighbour of sophs and drove to her house. I had a quick tour of the house and then went for a walk with naughty. . The rest of the night I chilled out.
The next day I had a relaxing morning of reading. Then went with soph for a tour of where I will be ...
... have changed - like major roadworks, the Gautrain and new buildings everywhere!! At least I still know my way around the old familiar places and have not yet been lost. phew! J
This is such a beautiful country; the contrasts in people, landscape, flowers and animals are amazing. Really just love it.
Well, yesterday was the first day of week 6, the time goes by too quickly.
I have seen so many lovely ...
... and Johannesburg Chamber of Commerce. The diamond school was interesting, the guy went over the entire process from finding the diamond to selling the diamond. We got to see students cutting diamonds and others looking at rough diamonds to see what would be the best cut for them. the most interesting thing was seeing a replica of the largest diamond ever found, it was found in the early 1900's, this shows how rare it is to find a large diamond.
... against arch rival New Zealand All Blacks. And how he encouraged the team to win for South Africa. A rugby team has 15 players, but it was said that day there 16 on the team; a mighty compliment to the great man. If this sounds familiar it was made into a movie, Invictus. But with Beverley telling us the story it was even more powerful....she was in the stands that day.
A quick tour of Pretoria allowed us to see the main sights of the Presidential Palace, ...
I have finally arrived in Africa! It's actually quite chilly in Joburg right now, which is a little confusing. It is supposed to warm up soon though. Anyway, today was nothing short of an adventure. When I arrived at the Johannesburg airport, I breezed through customs, got my bags, and then had an interesting experience finding the other members of my group I ...