Don Sandton III
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... and Mclaren shops. The mall was seriously massive.
That night we had a picnic in our rooms from the lovely salads we had picked up in the mall food market. At all times I have felt completely safe in Johannesburg, although I know we have only seen a very small section. In fact I have loved everything about South Africa so far. The people have been friendly and helpful. At no time have I felt ...
Unremarkable airport with plenty of non-smiling staff. Named after a deceased anti-apartheid politician. Luckily the plane was not full and we each got to spread out over three seats for the 10 hour flight. The ear phones were so small that wearing them while sleeping with our head on the side was no problem. We have a four-hour wait for our Nelspruit flight so have had a bit of a wander around. ...
... morning to sort it out. She
also made it a point to tell me that I could get on standby for the same flight
the next day for $250, so it wasn’t even guaranteed I would be able to get
there the next day even if I got my passport sorted since that flight was
already booked. I said goodbye to Yanik, he wished me luck and said “Matt,
you’re a resourceful guy, you can figure it out.” With my head spinning and not
really knowing what to do ...
... we do have OZ TENT stretchers. They are super comfy and have an attached matresses. So no additional baggage. .
Take Sheets for warm nights and a good sleeping bag. Weather can be unpredictable at certain times of the year.
We also take our favorite pillows.
2. Chairs - buy good quality ones and do try them out for comfort.
3. We clear the freezer as ...
... I am now, in Brown Sugar! It's a wicked place. There's a huge 'chill out' room with broken but comfy sofas filling the floor space next to the bar. The over sized plasma seems to alternate between the National Geographic channel and the food channel. -Everyone here is too polite to change it. And the pool table is never free because one of the receptionists children plays 'pool' on it by himself...He can barely reach the table but manges to haul ...