Holiday Inn Express Sandton-Woodmead
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... br> Off to Jo-burg (1 hour flight) where we said goodbye to our travelling companions and crossed the street to the Intercontinental. Kids went for a swim and then we headed out to 500, a very exclusive resto in a gated community in Jo-burg. Our understanding is there is still a lot of crime in Jo-burg and a fair bit of racial tension that you do not see in other parts of the country. ...
Well… three weeks flew by!! Seems like only yesterday we arrived in O. R. Tambo from Sydney and hopped in a cab to Natalie’s house.I’m going to miss this country… a lot! I will miss the scenery, miss the adventure, miss the food, but will miss family most of all!!!
The sunsets with that dark orange glow, the plains and fields driving from Johannesburg to Pilansberg, ...
... for 50 pounds a night on bookings.com. The usual rate was 250 pound a night. The best hotel I have ever stayed in.
After a well needed shower I wandered off to Nelson Mandela square, and into the shopping plaza.
Getting totally lost and unable to find the exit I continued into Woolworths, the equivalent to David Jones in South Africa. Strolling around the perfume/makeup section a young lady named ...
... and I know there are also nets in the water at Durban for example. I can imagine these nets are a disaster for sharks and all the other sealife. Maybe we have to choose just not to swim out there!
The last days we spend on the Garden Route, a beautiful rough coastline with big bays and beaches. Places like Wilderness (a cute small town), Oudtshoorn (famous because of the Ostrich) and Plettenberg where we stayed in the lovely Abalone beach ...
... them and put them in the car. Oooooo spooky! Worst part was is they were right beside the primary school. :O
We saw play grounds and parks and then we went and saw the lower class houses, I wouldn't even call them houses. They were like mini tin sheds with tin at their roofs and rocks holding them down. We had a tour of a little village and it was nice but very dirty, we saw a little girl and took some photos of her and she even modeled for us! Hahah ...