City Lodge Sandton Katherine Street
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... in an airline check in line for an hour and a half then moved to another line for immigration and finally another line for security. The last of our group just making it to the departure lounge as the last few people left to board the plane. We had carefully packed the leftovers from last night’s dinner, thinking we’d be able to eat them while ...
... hearts, and by doing this we became travellers in her land, not merely tourists. It was a wonderful celebration and conclusion to this part of our journey. Janet, from our group, gave a card of thanks to Beverley and spoke glowingly of her impact on our travels through South Africa. David thanked Ditto for being a wonderful driver and for delivering us safely to our destinations. And Lyn gave Bill a mask to represent the Songorma who will follow him home and ensure his continued ...
... issy Miyaki!!! The guys headed off to Mugg and Bean for lunch and a beer, while the girls found the smoking lounge for their last ciggies!!!! We have just been served a delicious lunch (at 5 pm). The drinks trolley was kept very busy with our crowd - A certain member of our group (who shall remain nameless) had a great time sampling French champagne, Spanish wine and a good few tumblers full of cognac!!!! No ...
... a couple of drinks and the boys talking the prerequisite amount of nonsense! The clock chimed 6 and it was announced that it was supper time! A wonderful home cooked meal of rice, potatoes, boontjies, mixed veg, lamb rib stew and gravy awaited us!
According to Keith, we saved as least 1 fuel of tank so far on the trip due to the fact that Tracy was riding too slowly for his liking!
Early to bed as our next days ride was to be another 400 ...
... Johannesburg in the past few days.
• It’s at ~1,750 m (~5,750 ft), making it a higher altitude than Denver, the mile-high city. People kept mentioning the altitude, but it didn’t even click until I realized the walk to, around, and then home from the zoo tired me more than an 8-10 kilometre walk should have.
• Jo’burg’s vegetation density qualifies it as rainforest. Walking around, seeing ...