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... for a fabulous five hour party in the Fairmont with my divine parents... then to Seattle (where I submitted my Master's thesis)... then to Frankfurt... train to Berlin... INSANE four days in Berlin with the lovely Anna... then train back to Frankfurt to fly to Joburg... Two awesome days with friends in Joburg, then on to Durban, where I got to reconnect with Russ and Bridgey, have one great ...
... groups, you can sit back and watch the mundane become extraordinary. I didn’t talk to her and at some point I moved away from the wall and left her at the sad little pesto stand.
Once Steve arrived, we popped back to the house to rest up for the evening and get a couple things done. I found myself happily out on their back porch, catching up on emails and enjoying their beautiful naturally filtering backdoor pool.
Steve has a background in the music world ...
... chinese restaurant. I had chicken spring rolls and pork fried rice and Miles had pork ribs and steamed rice. We then went to a chinese bakery and I picked a couple things to bring back to the room. We had the long cold walk back. Upon returning I ordered a coke, then we looked at some free backpackers books and got a lot of ideas. This ended our first day in South Africa
... in South Africa, drinking (Korean) Bubble Tea in China Town. Passed my old friend who called me his sister last week, who again called me his sister and told me that Jesus loved me and scored two pears for his trouble. Then hit some markets, I do like markets. My, I could spend some money here, if I had plenty of space and Australia allowed wood.
Hung out briefly with some ...
After breakfast we depart for the open spaces and farmlands of the highveld, following the Panorama Route to Kruger National Park, one of the most scenic drives in South Africa. We follow the spectacular rim of the Blyde River Canyon, an amazing 20-mile long and 2,300-foot deep gorge cutting a vast swathe through the Great Escarpment separating the temperate grasslands of the highveld and the drier, savannah beyond. Deep circular rock formations created by years of ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool