Don Arcadia II
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... and requires your undivided attention. A tip: make sure that you have any previous passports available when you complete the form as you will be required to give the details and also provide the details of any travels over the past ten years. Once you have submitted the application you then need to sign the document electronically and submit that. Then it's time to book your appointment. I must say that I was surprised at how quickly I was able to get an appointment. Oh but ...
... ist Monday morning and I am ready to eat some serious "humblepie" , I am on my way to South African Civil Aviation Authority to get my paperwork sorted out. Nigel Hopkins (the local hero and SAA Airbus driver) will assist me.:-)
When all goes well after mid day I will be a fully qualified South African Pilots License holder. We will see.
Maybe we have a black out again and I can see no nothing and have no nothing.
I'll be back!
The best thing I learned today was: My most interesting observation was the airport, people, and my surroundings, looked as if we were still in the United States. And the currency reminded me of the pesos in Mexico. My most unique experience was finally arriving in South Africa. Everywhere we went we would see Nelson Mandela. Our hotel was even in Nelson Mandela square. ...
... walk again, and Gen gets to show off how well the elephants know her. We visit a nearby cheetah rehabilitation centre to see some cheetahs run, and then visit some more cheetahs, wild dogs, caracal, servals, and the world's only (as far as I know) albino honey badger. It's at the cheetah place that I manage to put quite a long gash in my head using nothing more than a wire fence. I was given three stitches for my trouble by a very nice doctor, who ...
... East to the Lesedi African Village and on the way 3 babboons walked across the road in front of our car - not something you see on an average day! Lesedi is quite touristy but extremely well done and we thoroughly enjoyed it. Our room was fantastic and covered on colourful African art. Lesedi is divided into 4 "villages" and we were put in Ndebele which is an area of Mpumalanga in the North-East of South Africa. I have to say I was very excited by the ...