Days Inn Constantia Park Roodepoort
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... Woolworth's and Tasha's. The area we visited was very much geared for the business lunch atmosphere and of course again, the food was impressive. Woolworth's was impressive as well, the walls were adorned with notes of social responsibility and commitment to the environment and the customer experience... even in the dressing rooms. I love a company with a moral compass.
We also had a chance to visit the African market. The ...
... 8217;re struggling to wake-up. At the airport, we’re organised and efficient. Get mobile phone, get cash, get car, drive quickly out of Johannesburg. It’s a worry when locals tell you not to stay there. We drive towards Kruger park until we reach Nelspruit which is also not very safe. We find a hotel, eat and go to bed. We’re exhausted but the kids have adapted already. We get up at 8:00, have breakfast and drive towards Kruger park, it should be 1 hour away. ...
... on insect repellent in the rooms, but you probably will want some of your own to apply if out on a drive (see the comments below about Musanza Camp). You definitely need sunblock. Hair dryers are out. Where the power supply will support them, they are provided in the rooms. Where it won't, you couldn't use your own anyway. Women's cosmetics are a mystery to me, but I didn't have the sense that any of our ladies were applying much, and they certainly didn't ...
... was delish. Bedtime by 9pm ready for another early start.
Day 3- Got up at 5am ready for our first game drive at 6am. We saw lots in the morning as the sun was low and the air was cool. Same animals as yest but we were still chasing the leaopard......then finally we found him but he was far away in the grass so only got a glimpse. we still havent found Cheetahs but luc and I dont mind as we will see plenty soon enough :) Around 9.30 am we headed back to camp where ...
... I managed to stay up all day, and I was glad I did as
it involved a lot of great chats with Zann, visiting the market run
by the Waldorf school that her daughter Jet goes to (which is
absolutely the most beautiful market I have ever been to, and I want
to design a school based on it), swimming in their pool underneath
the jacaranda tree and eating a fabulous dinner with the entire
family. I didn't get to know the family as much as I ...