Courtyard Hotel Rosebank
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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Let me just say despite all odds we're alive and safely in our hotel room..you will find out later why It began with the 6:30am body clock alarm.. And we decided considering its a decent time in oz to give the parentals a call and then for the hour that followed we chilled and I watched some baseball movie with Billy Mac in it.. :) Breakfast time It is!! I had freshly made waffles yummmmm!! However amongst the relaxing time at breakfast I had forgotten about one ...
Today was my transition day. The goal: Sleep. Eetu was off to work at 8:00. He works for a Finnish company here in Sandton, in fact, he's got a pretty good set up here. He's got a killer pad which he gets for a bargain price. His words "The landlord is unaware of the rental prices in Sandton...which suits me fine". Apartments across the street are $500 - $1000 a month more than his. Then, he ...
... hands all the money to the passenger closest to the driver and he has to remember who gave what and they expect correct change back, so always sit in the back! The girl @ the AVI office Odwa had an accident with a taxi not long ago where the breaks were failing and the driver threw over his steering wheel but thereby rolled taxi-bus, a man got thrown out of the window and crushed by the taxi, he died and others were injured. ...
After saying our goodbyes and checking through passport control we went to wait a short while in the lounge until our flight. A few minutes later we checked the flight status board and our flight has been heavily delayed!
We were scheduled to have a 4 hour wait in Ethiopia before flying to Bangkok but our flight is now 5 hours delayed. And with one flight every 24 hours from Ethiopia, and only 16 hours overnight ...
... Okavango Delta (three days each) in Botswana. Beginning with Chobe as a very dry more dessert like setting and then Okavango with the delta and more green and water to see. Animal viewing changed with each site and especially the numbers of each type of animal. Then came the most remote Lafupu Camp in Zambia on the Kafue River. Our last camp was the Macalolo Plains Camp in Zimbabwe and here we were able to put together what we had learned along the way from all ...