Afrique Boutique Hotel Oliver Tambo
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... one of each”
Me- “yes but twice a day right?”
Pharmacist- “Yes but one tablet”
Me- “yes but if I take one of both tablets twice a day, i'm taking two of each right? So four in total?”
Pharmacist- “No one tablet in the morning and one in the evening.”
Me- “Yes and then one probiotic an hour after each so four tablets in total per day right?!”
Pharmacist- “No, just one ...
... again). Then off to a big shopping block, checked the shops out, then back to pick up the twins again. Ria's brother Rudolph, wife Charlotte and nephew called in after dinner, very nice family, he is quite a hard case, ate some of their food, dried meat, fancy names I can't pronounce, let alone spell, a bit like beef jerky. They also live at Germiston where oldest brother ...
A little later start time for our last safari, leaving at 7 am. It was cold but not windy. We found 3 lionesses and 6 cubs and also hippos, a family of giraffes, elephants. Again we had breakfast in the bush. Upon our return was another breakfast, this time in ...
... very passionate in what he did and it came across in his presentation. The polices and his position in business decisions were sound. He was very knowledgeable.
We then retired to the hotel as we ran out of time with Chris Hart. We all wanted more time with Chris and contemplated the idea of inviting him to our hotel lounge. If w had only thought of the idea before time running out and us back at the hotel would have been priceless.
... able to find a new visionary leader who can continue guiding the country through the healing process and instill the notion of unity into the culture. Jacob Zuma isn't exactly the most popular of leaders, and from taxi drivers to Soweto residents, no one seemed to have any answers on who might be the next Mandela.
Bottom line: don't skip Joburg if you are considering a trip to South Africa. I didn't make it everything; I missed the graffiti tour of ...