Holiday Inn Express Sandton-Woodmead
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... We are looking for the following House or Garden cottage Fully furnished Secure and safe area Min 2 bed Terrace and garden Must be within 45 mins driving during peak hours of Springs for Paul's work. 2: Set up bank account 3: Register Paul with tax man. 4: Buy a car for me. This cannot be done until we have an address. 5: Buy a sat nav so we can find our way. 6: Find a doctor ( when we know where we are going to live) for my blood pressure tablets. 7: Find a ...
... mostly had small digital cameras so distant shots were impossible. I asked the Chinese man if he could email me some of the photos. He agreed to do this and I was very grateful.
On arrival back to camp I wandered off to see the orphaned cubs and the baby giraffe. The giraffe was harmless but one of the cubs did have a snap at me. They might look cute but are ...
... conditioned vans with our drivers and security detail
and headed out to Soweto to visit some of the entrepreneurs from The Branson
Centre. We first visited Aaron Langa, a brilliant and creative designer,
manufacturer and artist who can make just about anything. He produces
eco-friendly, unique, high quality products for his customers including,
placemats, chairs, handbags, baskets and purses using old bamboo blinds. He is
given these old blinds that ...
... Turns out he was on the same flight as us, going to meet up with his wife at their holiday apartment in Phuket. He gave us some funny ass thai pills (to stop diarea) but it was vile and Russ got a bit nervous taking stuff from a stranger, so we chucked it before we left the lounge.
Time to board! We got on the plain and settled in (bags away, shoes off) and off we went! The problem was the time difference. So we set our watches ...
... and things are (obviously) instantly different - being one of, if not the most, developed cities in the continent, Johannesburg opens up into a spacious and sprawling metropolis with large open freeways. The drive away from the airport was smooth (I'd forgotten what it felt like to drive in a pothole-less road) and, after discovering I'd been transferred to the rather prestigious Holiday Inn, I was in the hotel, checked-in and lying on a wonderful ...