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... To check the bike into oversize luggage we had take over to someone sitting at the elevator. When Jac got over there he was humming away with not a care in the world and was upset that he had to get up and do some work. We hooked up with Joey and Sian at the gate and grabbed some Wimpys for dinner (think African Maccas). It was starting to feel real we had landed in Africa and would soon be doing the South African Ironman. A short flight South had us landing in PE and ...
... I am very proud of my fitting everything in a single smallish trolley bag. Anesh will take his usual ten minutes to pack his stuff - he can be such a show off sometimes. Now, to wake up in three hours time for the drive down. Let's see who will wake up at ...
... runs about every 30 minutes, and takes less than ten minutes to make the run to the hotel.
The OAT rep shepherding travelers to and from the Protea Hotel/Airport is a charming young lady, but I second other comments about the failure to provide satisfactory information to arriving travelers about making initial connections. Multiple OAT groups are transiting through these places steadily, arriving and leaving the hotel at different times. There is ...
... this a.m. at the Johannesburg OR Tambo airport. The weather upon arrival was great--bright blue skies and tropical temperatures. After a short shuttle ride, we checked into this airport hotel for a brief overnight stay. It is directly under the flight path. We don't care because we're half dead. Anyway, we'll be getting picked up in the morning for the journey to Kruger Nat'l Park.
Since we arrived so early, we ...
... expo. The video of the previous years our was on a big screen and I was captured immediately. I told Mig "this is it, this is how we are going to do our first Africa trip" he laughed and walked on, as he does! But did it really start there, was it not the day Mig bought a bicycle, his passion for cycling grew, our passion for Africa grew... Or was it waking up one ...
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