City Lodge Sandton Katherine Street
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... my bags. I made my goodbyes to the staff. Hugs all around then my dragging myself away from Melville and to the train to Tambo. I didnt take a cab to the airport because it would easily have been $40 more than I paid for the cab AND the train to the airport. Where I found out that I couldnt surrender my Gautrain card so Ive got $15 dollars onto the card. Now here I am. On the floor and waiting. Still having to deal with the ...
... the burning wood to heat and cook.
Mac looked very closely at this strange iron pot with a lid, black in color, very heavy and looking like a witches cauldron. He was expecting to see frogs and spice and maybe all things not so nice. But instead it was filled with lots of veggies, chicken, chicken stock, and wine. The pot as you will see from the picture does not appear ...
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After a beautiful ride up the river, we come to our camp, and Lale tells us we can have out choice -- either stay in Tent #1 close to the dining tent, or stay in the tent that George W and Laura Bush stayed in when they were here in March, which is 100 yards further away. We choose the tent closer to the dining room, but are impressed to learn that president Bush ...
... with a quick tour of the Apartheid Museum. It's only been 20 years since that first meaningful election and many trials and tribulations have been waded through, but the predominate thread was optimism for a great and wonderful country.
Dave and I now want to read Mandela's book "Long Road to Freedom". Have you read it?
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... time we had to replenish our beer stock which we did at another local supermarket & continued our trip around the island. The ladies then decided that the Seybrew they had rented, needed to be deposited and we went in search of a toilet. Jude being ever so resourceful, took us to Aphelia Resort, where we pretended to be potential buyers, while the ladies went to the loo. What a stunning place but way, way out of our price bracket. On our way back to our hotel we visited ...