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Quick review of our hotel. The Winston Hotel rocks. Room was great, service was outstanding. The staff was friendly. The location was great. Highly recommend.
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Quick review of our hotel. The Winston Hotel was excellent. Room was great, service was outstanding. The staff was friendly. The location was great. Highly recommend. http://www.thewinstonhotel.co.za
Long flight but we finally made it. 20 hours flight time, 40 total travel hours with Just 2 hours sleep. Off to the hotel to shower then we are heading to lunch and a tour of City Year South Africa. Running on fumes!
The day before we arrived it had been Richards 60th birthday. And this Sunday was his birthday party, which was a garden party and the food cooked in a Potjie, three legged pot. During the morning we all worked to re arrange furniture and set the garden ready for his guests. Mac and Denzil got the big wood burner out loaded the wood. Once the Potjie was ready it would be placed ...
... slope to board a boat which will take us twelve miles up the Omo river to our camp. Just a few minutes after our departure, Lale points out three huge crocodiles sunning themselves on the river bank. We see many more in the river and along the banks during our journey. The villagers must be very careful when they get water or wash their clothes in the river, as the crocs will take them from the river bank, if given the chance.
... with a quick tour of the Apartheid Museum. It's only been 20 years since that first meaningful election and many trials and tribulations have been waded through, but the predominate thread was optimism for a great and wonderful country.
Dave and I now want to read Mandela's book "Long Road to Freedom". Have you read it?
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