Holiday Inn Express Sandton-Woodmead
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... and especially the waterfalls. Falcons and eagles circled overhead. The eagles hunting the cliffs for Rock Hyrax, commonly called rock rabbits. There was a lot of activity near the Falls, a film crew, two groups of singers appeared to be practicing, possibly making a commercial, and families gathering for picnics. At the end of a perfect day, Chris delivered us to the Airport Hotel to meet our 11 fellow travelers. In the morning we fly to Nelspruit, and Kruger National ...
... Priscilla. Priscilla is from Belo Horizonte, Brazil, but her heart is in Spain and South Africa so she spends lots of time in both countries. We met in 2011, and have also kept in touch :) On the drive to Priscilla's I couldn't do it anymore, I put the seat back, and conked out in Gugu's car as she was navigating the streets of Johannesburg. When Priscilla was with us, we headed off to our next destination, Leandro's school! Leandro is Gugu's 7 year old ...
... delicious refreshments set up and we mingled
with crowd and made some informal introductions. Around 10am Gaiven, the Exec
Director gave us a warm welcome, made some introductions and then the fun
started. Six local capitalists got a chance to pitch their businesses to the
crowd in “A Minute to Spin it”, a 60 second sales pitch to the Connection Trip
guests and receive our comments and feedback. It was AWESOME! There were many
different companies ...
... prior to my flight to Cape Town I've just been told that each outlet here will take foreign money...will blame lack of sleep for this minor, yet annoying oversight one expects of a less seasoned traveller. Possibly a little over tired as also find myself laughing at the misfortune of being one of the first people ever to cut themselves with a Qantas meal knife...of the plastic variety). Next stop, Cape ...
... leopard, we went off to the lions, and it was two darling little 8 month cubs, their mum and then their aunt pitched up. We didn't see the carcass of the animal, but they were just sitting there all full of breakfast. A little brave jackal was waiting in the wings ready to move in when they were finished. Even a dumb Wildebeest was about 20 metres away. I suppose he was hoping that they were not hungry any more.