Holiday Inn Express Sandton-Woodmead
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... more hot water as they have a gas hob so at least he had another coffee before he left as he does not have breakfast, and neither do I normally but here it takes up 1/2 hour of my day so I do. Paul arrived back just after 10am to pick me up for another attempt at trying to open a bank account. This time we were told that because of his salary we would be placed into the private banking section, this involved us meeting a personal banker who came over to the branch to ...
... before getting the bus the next day. I love Cape Town and spent the evening watching the sun set over table mountain from a restaurant in the Waterfront. I decided to finally try sushi (I know I'm a bit late on the trend!) and also had spinach cones, a dish where you fill fresh spinach leaves with different ingredients such as peanuts, raw ginger, raw chillies, lime, onion and a gingery sauce. I have to say it wasn't my favourite thing I have ever tried but ...
... 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 ...
... the Zambezi), and has both a very enthusiastic, congenial staff and a lot of grunting hippos in the adjacent river. Unfortunately getting to this camp required bus, boat, two plane rides, and a final two-hour bumpy drive on bush roads, making for a long travel day. It was also the only camp where insects were a problem, specifically mosquitoes and tse-tse flies. The annoyance was compounded by tents which had outdoor bathrooms enclosed by tent walls but open ...
ok, first things first, no history lessons will be found here, if you want to know about the Rift Valley and how the mountain formed 100,000 years ago, hit wikipedia
I will cover:
1. when to go
2. which operator
3. which route
4. how long
5. what to take with
6. how much to budget
1. when to go
I bought Stedmans book, and it became my Kili bible. Tons of info, read the book and you ...