Centurion All Suite Hotel
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We got to the Michelangelo Hotel about 4.30ish and had our bags taken up to the reception floor. I tipped the guy a couple of dollars thinking he was taking our bags to the room …nope…
We checked in and the check in person had difficulty connecting to our bank – thankfully it wasn’t our card, it was their machine. So she took a photo copy of the CC and said we could pay ...
... The guy running the day said it would be an adventure given the weather conditions. The waves were at least 4 meters high and it wasn't long until people were being sick over the boat. The group was spilt into 3 smaller groups to go into the cage which was pretty small. We were second to go into the water so were able to watch the guys bait the water and watch the sharks! We saw quiet a few sharks about ...
... bushes and trees and stretching east to west across Johannesburg. We visited the vast industrial complex and working mine of Cullinan Diamonds. Discovered in 1901, and locally owned until the Depression, reopened by De Beers in 1945, it is currently owned by PETRO, a 70% Saudi owned conglomerate. Most of the workers live in an adjoining township. Life revolves around the mine with sports teams, PETRO supported schools for their children and a Christian church on the property. ...
... to Phalaborwa today, then into Kruger National Park for a few days of game viewing. A long drive from Joburg to try to reach the Phalaborwa gate into Kruger National Park. Big empty roads most of the way and very easy to drive long distances in South Africa Food all bought for Kruger...got to remember not to leave any food out at night because the baboons and monkeys will take the lot! Stopped at the Pig and Pickle pub for lunch. Boerwors (big ...
I didn't sleep well last night. I had cramps in my legs, probably from all the exercise yesterday (hiking Robberg) and maybe a little bit of excitement about coming hone today.
We got the refrigerator cleaned out and all the dishes washed up. Packed up all of our gear and started a load of towels for the cleaning lady. We returned the house key and the gate opener to Chris and ...
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