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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... flights were very manageable! Hooray!
Friday, March 14, 2014
We landed in the later evening - into Johannesburg, South Africa. We met a driver who held a sign with our last name. The driver was arranged by the family of the woman (medical student) who stayed with us (in MN) in November, Madri Potgieter. Their home is like a hotel. Quite contemporary. Spacious. Their intent is to be able to run a guest house for squash ...
Jenny, Samantha and I went to montecristos casino to watch the Dirty Dancing play. This casino is amazing as it feels like you are in a country village in Italy. The play was really good with actors and stage crew coming from Europe, Australia and South Africa. The audience enjoyed it and I enjoyed people watching the audience as there is a certain Afrikaans style which can't quiet explain but its certainly starts with the hairdos, many streaks ...
On Sunday morning, Alex found out that he didn't have to go to work! We had already looked into going to a lion park and a cave, so we decided to go. Alex wrote down directions, but I followed a map we have. I ended up bringing us to the Lion Park, rather than the Rhino and Lion Park. It worked our perfectly for us because we got there at about 11:45 and they feed the lions there on Sundays at 12.
We drove into the ...
... breakfast (x2 for me!) we continued on our way to arrive at the gates at exactly noon - as were our instructions.
The bush lodge was basic but very comfortable. The rooms were only slatted wood and there was no electricity or cell phone coverage. The water was heated over a fire (usually started by one of the staff and a pint of parafin) and you carried your bucket to the shower to fill another bucket with a shower head attached. At ...
... what your ticket says. The museum covers the history of South Africa and then focuses on especially the time around when apartheid was officially made the law of the land - 1948 up to and including the free elections in 1994. It includes many pictures, videos and personal interviews and artifacts by those on both sides of the regime. It was especially poignant to see a listing of all the laws that were passed from the beginning ...