City Lodge Sandton Katherine Street
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... and heard too much about the crime in JoBurg to want to spend any time there. So we booked a room near the airport. It was like Fort Knox.
There was a large gate with not quite razor wire above it, an electronic gate for the car, and there was a second cage type gate in front of our locked room door. The owner was super nice but the room was cold and the space heater she gave ...
... vendors could set up. It was supposed to be ready at nine o'clock and close at seven in the evening, but there were only about five vendors when we arrived. One of the vendors had some Christmas items and I bought three tree ornaments for my grandson Jacob. We decided we would come back late in the afternoon and shop for some more tree ornaments.
Our plans for today ...
... reserved to ask about the shuttle. We were to go to the “bus station” and look for a white and green van; it should arrive at 7:00 pm which was just about “now.”
We hurried out to the bus station, directed by freelance “guides” hoping for a coin or two. Their services are not really needed, they might just save a minute or two, but they can be a little intimidating if you don’t cough up a tip. There ...
... balcony overlooking the harbour bridge. While we’ve always known we would be together and neither of us really need to be married to prove that, it feels very nice to formalise it, and I can’t wait to spend the rest of my life with my Mikey! Now we just have to work out where to get married – Paris, Rome, the Scottish highlands, a Thai beach, or maybe even one of the Pearl Jam concerts!!! I am glad Mikey couldn’t wait to ask somewhere ...
... others' names and figure out what we're going to be doing for the next to years. Also, how to not die. Life-lessons, literally.
When we're finally dismissed, I get changed into something a little sexier (lol jk, read: comfier) and go to meet some new friends for one last chipotle burrito, a thoroughly necessary goodbye. A few comments on my fellow volunteers:
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