City Lodge Sandton Katherine Street
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... useful at Kruger. Apparently, if it is not too cloudy we should be able to see icebergs and the fringes of Antarctica.
Not much sleep. Keith watched a few movies and I read and did a crossword. Such a long trip!
We were served dinner a few hours before our arrival.
Our first glimpse of Johannesburg- brown and dusty. We could see outer suburbs enclosed by walls and apparently they all have security gates and then inside, the houses ...
We got up for our last game drive at Lion Sands and were joined by Sara and Tom, the British couple. The young Brazilian couple chose not to join us. Too bad for them as this morning we found the elusive rhinoceros. We found four after a lengthy drive - all were White rather than the endangered Black. There appeared to be a family - male, female and youngster - and another huge bull. We anticipated the two ...
... I could press the button. David on the other hand, had a camera that could handle fast moving objects. I was glad that we had made the effort to see these beautiful animals. We were still on schedule.
Our flight to Frankfurt, Germany is at 7:00 p.m. We must leave the cottage around 2;00 P.M. We need enough time to show our purchase invoices so that we ...
... any security at all, one must pay for a private security service that will send an armed response team if one’s house alarm goes off. There is an obvious “white flight” going on, those young enough to start over are leaving for places where their children can be safer, and older people with family connections abroad are also leaving the violence and uncertainty. Black South Africans seem to have fewer options for leaving, finances often presenting an ...
... hours driving around enjoying the scenery, and another highlight spending half an hour or more watching a breeding herd of elephants walk along the side of the road right next to us and cross in front of us – there must have been at least 30 or more elephants from mum and dad to baby. They stopped for a drink and a splash in a watering hole, as we sat watching in awe of these magnificent creatures. The big cats of course are a very cool sight to see, but my favourite have to be ...