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... Central (FAGC).
And than…………. Paperwork.
**** guys, I know Dutch CAA is the worst of the World, but RSA CAA is definitely competing for the podium. They are going to WIN!
The amount of paper produced to get licenses in South Africa is the same as the weight of the airplane you wanna fly. (According to my instructor).
Monday I am going to CAA to sort my license out. (I will take a book and some food to survive) ...
... hotel shows another man who looks dressed in the same thing, and whom you have just the tiniest urge to ask whether or not he's the man from the pictures. But, showing great resolution, you humbly hold your tongue. After all, you are not one of those tourists. Your valet comes and, before you know it, you have been whisked away to, unbelievably, your own castle! Your singing pines estate includes views worth a thousand pictures, multiple ...
... so there was a slight glimmer of hope.
After getting my passport stamped and picking up my luggage I, of course, waited in line to check in for the wrong airline. It's 4:15 PM and after being redirected to an area where multiple airline check-ins were, someone noticed I was lost.
As a local gentleman asked if I needed help I obviously said yes. At this point I thought he worked for the airport. ...
... work on my attitudes towards others and my attitudes towards myself.
Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about ...
... best to take care of me. I know we are a nation a part, but there's something comforting about making connections nearer to Windhoek than Missouri.
Got through passport control here just fine as well, was told I didn't even need to go through customs, and was shown the exit (not sure how all of that worked since I don't even have a South African Visa, I think the passport check man gave me one?? still confused). Before customs though, I discovered that one of my ...