Rivonia Bed & Breakfast
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We had a good first day. All of our baggage arrived and they just waived us through customs with no fees. Our travel agent was there with our driver, and it took 2 cars to get our luggage to the B&B. Our driver, Mmesi, is great. He is very friendly and full of info. We took a brief nap and shower, then went to a lion park – a drive …
All too quick my time at Limpopo region has come to an end. One final walk around some local bush land before heading back to Joburg to stay with some friends. On the way we stopped above Blyde River canyon where I got to take some stunning shots of some of natures finest ...
... travelled to get other passengers, DRIVING SO SLOWLY I COULD VOMIT, I was trying to not let it affect the last day. Once we arrived a the dive site I was really psyched. Knowing I was in a rush they sent me up straight away. Well not straight away. I did get harnessed up and stuff first. Surprisingly little instructions though...but ya know, whatever. Next, a honeymoon couple from New Delhi (who are going to Kwantu!) and I loaded up with our tandem instructors into a ...
... my name, I
paid my $142 and received my travel docs! I ripped around the corner to meet
Yuba who was waiting for me and we made it to Dulles Airport with plenty of
time to spare. The bad news was I lost a day and it cost a lot of money, the
great news was I was flying first class and I had one of the best experiences
of my lifetime.
I kept in touch with Nicole and the gang from Virgin Unite to let them know what was
going on and they ...
... allowed us to enter thru different doors. Barry's ticket allowed him to enter the "European white" door, while I was permitted to only go thru the "black" entrance. We both walked along corridors of pictures and writings of apartheid life. Eventually, both paths met up and we explored the museum for over four hours. Hours of trying to understand ways of the past and gaining an even ...