Faircity Quatermain Hotel
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We were up at 4:45 in preparation for our flight to Johannesburg. 5:30 AM and heat was suffocating. We stood in the outdoor check in line, the sun still not up, dripping in sweat. Wobbling from lack of sleep and near heat exhaustion we made it to the air conditioned waiting area. Clearly affected by the heat, I paid $20 for a shot glass and really, neither of us drink!
We arrived in Johannesburg around 11:30 Seychelles time 1:30 ...
... woman started trying to pick a fight with a Slovenian tourist. It soon became disgusting and I left the enclosure. Despite the obvious revulsion at the behaviour of these tourists, I was still pleased to have been there at the beginning of this ritual on my own.
Soon we started following the men and the women up the side of the hill, towards the designated jumping area. The procession now had a very different feel with this large following group of ...
... be a leopard. We then turned back to the road and saw three cheetah walking across in front of us, brilliant. The only thing we didn't get to see in the Kruger was the allusive lion, but we still have Umfolozi so fingers crossed. In case you didn't know, the big 5 consist of: - Lion - Leopard - Buffalo - Elephant - Rhino They should make it the big 6 and add ...
... than I thought of myself. I wondered which one of us was right. He told me I should go to the United Nations, I should go to a legal rights commission and he pointed out their building to me as we drove through Johannesburg. He said I HAD to do something. At the moment, I am doing what I can one birth at a time.
It had been a struggle to decide if I should go and leave women at home in New Zealand who would have thier babies while I was away to ...
Arriving into Johannesburg we realised we have become too relaxed about this whole travel thing. Although we had arranged to be picked up by my aunt, we realised that we didn't have a contact number or address for them at all and our phones weren't working anyway. To make matters worse, our flight number was actually different to what we had told them because it was a Qantas flight operated by SAA.
We got through customs with no problems and went to collect ...