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Great place, very close to uni area and transport. Friendly staff
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My trip started out in chaos. I decided not to take my iPhone with me because of the risk of mugging in South Africa so I was suddenly plunged into the Stone Age world of a data-less phone, the trusty Nokia 3310. The international sim card I had bought turned out to be borderline useless and it was too late to do anything about it. I had thought …
We wandered out into the sunshine down to the stairs that lead to the actual caves where Little Foot was excavated. The cave was discovered by an Italian miner who was in search of limestone for European markets. After finding the cave, they began to chip away at the stalactites and quarrying the grounds. During their blasting they unearthed several fossils of human ancestors. Little Foot was found this way. They don't actually think any apes lived in the ...
Well the last day in Swaziland was quite sad as we had really enjoyed our stay here and the people were fantastic!! But we had to move on which meant flying from Manzini to Jo'burg. Just a quick flight of an hour with a snack, packet of cheese and onion crisps and cup of juice. Arrived in Jo'burg okay and so did our baggage, so off to Avis car rental to pick up the car. A VW Polo, very nice and roomy. ...
... just as I was restarting the car so I hadn't started a queue (a line). Right after the gate I had to make a right hand turn going up a little rise to go to the part of the site where I work. As I made the turn the engine seemed sluggish. I gave it more gas and then all of a sudden those little front wheels spun squealing the tires. Jim laughed out loud over this. It was readily apparent there was a lot I still had to get used to about this car. Jim's report to Doug ...
... spear of the nation), the ANC's military wing.
FRELIMO: Mozambican Liberation Front, Marxist supported liberation movement.
RENAMO: Mozambique National Resistance, freedom movement supported by the West and SADF.
FNLA: National Liberation Front of Angola, freedom movement initially supported by the West and SADF, then faded into background.
SAP: South African Police.
PF: Permanent Force member.
1. The SA Bushwar lasted for 23 years, from 1966 till ...