City Lodge Hotel Sandton Morningside
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... which the others all went to while I was in the Apple Store trying to find out why my modem doesn't work. That was a waste of time! Apparently have to make an appt. online and take modem and laptop in. Storm coming over so we made a dash to the train station - there are 5 escalators to ride down to get to the level of the train we catch, a long way underground obviously. The city itself is the business hub of ...
... all run away when the police come (not the border police). It’s a bit confusing to get our visa but it’s all done within 2 hours and we drive towards Maputo, 90km away. Driving in Mozambique is special. The roads are good or average but it’s the highway police that make it special. You need 2 breakdown triangles, a yellow jersey, plus your id and car papers to drive around. Don’t ever forget it! The police is everywhere and during our 300km journey to Xai ...
... previous bags has been superseded by the current version. We got ours about five weeks before our departure. They are gold on the outside with an OAT logo, black on the inside, with a three-quarter zipper on the top for access; have several handles, wheels on one end, and a partially rigid back but no frame. They come with a shoulder strap (with lousy clips on the ends ...), but I never saw anyone use it. The fabric seems to be rip-stop nylon. No one would ...
... br> 125 grams mixed seeds (pumpkin, sunflower, sesame)
125 grams natural unsalted peanut(s)
Preheat the oven to 130°C/gas mark 1/2, and oil a 23 x 33 x 4cm baking tin, or use a throwaway foil one.
Warm the condensed milk in a large pan.
Meanwhile, mix together all the other ingredients and then add the warmed ...
What a good night's sleep, but we were still exhausted. Christina had told us to try and make it to breakfast by 9am, so we decided not to go hungry. When we first walked into the room Christina, who is a large, black lady gave me a massive hug - so random, but so lovely. They cooked us a delicious breakfast and we were set for the day. We also got some tips on things to do and how to get places, the only issue was that all museums are closed on Mondays, so we had limited choice. Since ...