Crowne Plaza Johannesburg - The Rosebank
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After 24 long hours, I finally landed and cleared customs at Johannesburg's Tambo International Airport. This was my first visit to Africa, 'real' Africa (I have been to North Africa, but as you can imagine, that is very different). I was so excited, more than I have been about a trip in awhile. I have always wanted to visit South Africa, and while …
... arena itself was maxed out, the stadium floor was just a sea of people. It turned out we knew the majority of songs played but just didn’t know the names of them. Some of the fans though were so so pationate it was hilarious watching them strip off and dance and sing with such conviction. So concert over the next thing was to get back to the car, over 90thousand people trying to get out we hung back for a while. No taxi’s to be seen we decided to go with our ...
... created during the Cold War so the world was split between the US and Russia. Russia and its allies wouldn't sign anything the US and its allies signed. They also had very different feelings on what rights they wanted to grant their citizens. Russia wasn't so keen to give its citizens so many civic and political rights whereas the US didn't really care about universal economic, social, or cultural rights for all.
I know the documents but the history and ...
... He now wants nothing to do with guns and the army (has a military law degree) and is very content working in tourism.
Driving along, there were so many people just hanging around the roads in groups looking like trouble (skip bins on fire etc). no wonder locals say if you tried walking from the airport to your hotel (4kms) you'd be dead ...
... they are good to go for another two or three hours. 13 hours, and a six hour time change later (and after another meal that was either breakfast or another dinner...who knows?) we landed in Johannesburg. This was one of those pleasant arrivals, as we had a friend meeting us there. You may not know this but 17 years ago, Tracy had a three month work exchange in South Africa and was billeted with Heidrun, who has become a good friend. Many of you ...