Crane's Nest Guesthouse Boshoff Street
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Following on from this it also surprises me that it is almost 20 months since the Frimley plant closed on June 27th 2012. This date was also the start of a new journey for me - in the evening I left to do some work for SCJ in South Africa and it is fair to say that this was a life changing event for me. I had never been to South Africa before and I had never considered ...
... up to take me to their home dinner. I could easily do the 15 minute walk, but they wouldn't think of it. While Monique was preparing dinner, I read stories to both Daniel and Tahlia. I had read some of them before....and it was no problem for the children to hear me read the same story four times. One was about an elephant, others about personfied toads, racoons and other cuddly animals.
With Jason and Monique we talked ...
... s easy to get around Johannesburg!
Our entrance ticket told us whether we were white or non-white and we had to enter via the appropriate gate. Hubby and I were different colours! Photography was not permitted inside the museum, but a nice view of the Johannesburg skyline could be seen from outside. Inside, there was a special Nelson Mandela exhibition. I spent one hour of our allotted two hours ...
... and guide, as well as the other 19 people in the tour group (consisting of only 5 boys much to Rich's dismay!). We were all set for 8 days of 'participation' camping in the bush, with each person being allocated daily chores. It really felt as though we were embarking on a reality TV show, waiting for someone to exclaim "I'm a tourist, get me out of here!".
The start of the tour took us through Kruger National Park, the highlight of which was the ...
... is based south west of Johannesburg so it was a fair trip but at that time in the morning, an easy one. After breakfast and a safety briefing we changed into our overalls and boots and headed for the lifts. It is here, I should mention that this is the deepest working mine in the world and were going down 3.75km (about 2.5 miles in old money) which took half an hour in itself. The three lifts were very speedy and then it was onto a train until ...