Courtyard Hotel Arcadia
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... national heritage site.The Buildings are one of the centres of political life in South Africa; "The Buildings" and "Arcadia" have ...
First thing walk to post office to pick up registered mail that should contain my South Africa proof of residency papers. The whole experience ran very well, I walked out with what I walked in for but the ID number I was after is not anywhere on paper which means more forms, time and money. Second thing go to town council to get permit to buy a car. First man informed me that I needed to go to another building a long way away to get my South African licence ...
After a trying overnight 11 hour flight from London, Chris and I arrived in Johannesburg bleary eyed and tired. We caught the extremely clean and safe Gautrain to Sandton (the Beverly Hills of Jo'berg) to meet Craig our friend who used to live in Los Angeles near us but moved back a year ago to Jo'berg.
Craig was waiting for us at the Sandton train station exit and we hopped in his car for a quick tour of Sandton. Sandton is rather like Beverly Hills in Los ...
... leave – this is a challenge when there are many funerals to attend – Linda told me of one colleague who goes to a funeral every Friday (AIDS deaths) and another who was given and hour and a half to attend a close family members funeral but had to come straight back to work and teach afterwards. I am not sure how any one can teach or children can learn in this stressed system on top of which there seems to be limited parent involvement ...
... in his truck - which meant a hundred miles in the back of a truck! We shared the truck with another family for a while and chatted about Grace School and what Siyabuswa was like under apartheid - a rather unpleasant experience - whilst hurtling on the road at break-neck speeds. I think the driver was a little late for work!
Arriving in Pretoria we weren't really sure what to expect. We had been warned in Siyabuswa that generally people are less friendly in the city, and as a ...