Faircity Quatermain Hotel
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... I got to see some pictures of some giraffes that his customers shot and things like that. It left a sad feelings in my stomach but I guess it was a good experience to learn more about the hunting industry in Africa. I learned a lot more, but because I have so much to write about I won’t waste anymore time talking about our flight over with Jay. After many, many hours we landed in Johannesburg aka JOBURG where our journey began!
... afterwards. Phenomenal.
Seriously one of the best days ever. Megan, Cassie and I made it to Yoga in Emmarentia Botanical Gardens in the morning - Megan nailed a headstand, I managed left and right full splits, and Cassie was generally amazing - after which we met up with Caterina and had delicious delicious breakfast at Croft and Co in Parkview. I'm pretty sure they cook their tomatoes in crack; they're absolutely amazing. After a spot of sunbathing, we ...
... Central (FAGC).
And than…………. Paperwork.
**** guys, I know Dutch CAA is the worst of the World, but RSA CAA is definitely competing for the podium. They are going to WIN!
The amount of paper produced to get licenses in South Africa is the same as the weight of the airplane you wanna fly. (According to my instructor).
Monday I am going to CAA to sort my license out. (I will take a book and some food to survive) ...
( If you read nothing else, read the last two paragraphs!)
I want to try something new with this post. I want to tell you a story as you traverse through plains and mountains, to the quiet city of Manzini.
As your eyes begin to open, you realize that after three short and very memorable days in Joburg, you must leave new friends who feel like old, and some old friends whose shared company is too precious to be considered new. ...
... to think that those travellers who bring their own cooks from Addis were actually doing the right thing, having decried this practice earlier - arguing initially that it starves the locals here from earning an income.
After breakfast we wondered around the market watching the local Hamar people arrive from the countryside. Soon though Mamo received a phone call and we were off into the bush to arrive early to witness the bull jumping. We ended up driving a ...