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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... hotel so we can chill, wash and amble over to the terminal at 21.00.
All aboard and we are away on time for an 10hr 57 minute flight to Holland, the plane is not full and we have plenty of space, after a drink and a cold meal! I finish my book about a woman training a Goshawk - H is for Hawk. Good book, made me think of training one myself. Had a decent sleep about 6 hours and woke about 07.30, still 3 ...
... a lifetime personal encounter with, and a ride on the back of, an elephant and experiencing first-hand the hot sticky and wet smooch from the gentle giant, onto wildlife of a different kind – the various toddlers who belong to some special friends. Keeping us on our toes with energy that would make a cheetah tired and high pitched voices that could make hyenas cringe.
So basically I’ve spent my 9 weeks in SA getting up close and ...
... but construction, constant upgrades of infrastructure.
South Africa exports raw materials which add to little profit but are predominantly importing. Excess importing.
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Import and Export---5 day course to receive management certification for importing/exporting.
Lunch was at ...
... solitary confinement cells where some prisoners were kept. It was all a sobering reminder of South Africa’s recent tragic history.
We also managed to walk around the centre of the city, popped into the Jo-Burg casino (Gold Reef) and saw some of the former gold mines that were the backbone of Jo-Burg’s economy. The day concluded with a great Thai meal in Sandton accompanied by a few nice bottles of Castle Black Label beer for John and a rather ...
After Ricc's wise advice on passport roulette, leaving went smoothly. The plane was full and I found that the passenger next to me allowed her bony elbow to poke me all the way to Dubai. Eight hours later we gratefully said goodbye to the airline wondering what an upgrade would cost from Sardine to comfy Ok where is my ...