Chamonix Guest Lodge
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We are into day 2 of our introduction into our role at TWR - we are feeling overwhelmed with information and have lots to comprehend. It was a day of sharing our background; seeing and meeting various department heads and enjoying another great meal out at Nando's - a franchised ...
... from the bush! Quick thank you to our awesome hosts and Jozi friends Hew and Mary Elyse Mcdonald. We would have been lost without you. Good luck with your move stateside. Elaine and I look forward to seeing you in Boston soon. Trip Advisor for Market on Main below. http://www.tripadvisor.co.za/Attraction _Review-g312578-d2357934-Reviews-Market _on_Main-Johannesburg_Greater_Johannesb urg_Gauteng.html ...
... br> Lunch was at a place called Mike's Kitchen. Wa ate outside and it was a fun time and a great meal. After that, it was back to the bus, on the way to the hotel for check in. We had a few hours to freshen up and I used it to call home.
We walked about a mile to Mandela Square. Sat for drinks and dinner and killing time so we all wouldn't fall asleep early from jet ...
... was very lucky not get eaten. He was rescued by another truck. We drove just metres away from a small pride, one male and two female with four not so small cubs. None of the lions took any notice of us and allowed us to take heaps of photos. We started to look for elephants, but as it got dark it became futile. We stopped for a sundowner ( a beer at sundown) and headed ...
... pleasantly surprised and for mine, a better offering than the more snobbish Ole Sereni nearby. And there we have it...done! As I write this on the Kenyan Airways flight to Johannesburg, there are a number of snow capped mountains that have appeared through the clouds to bid us adios. It does not matter that it's not Mount Kilimanjaro for we have seen this natural wonder a number of times now. Rather, it seems poignant that the mountains less discussed, less visited, have ...