Garden Court Morningside Sandton
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... around 4, feeling a little better and trying to get some energy to get outside and go find Ian.
I started feeling better and better as the day went on and was finally able to get a shuttle to go meet Ian. We were able to stay in touch through texting in wifi areas. His talk went great and he got interviewed by Forbes Africa after the talk and then got an interview on the radio. Which was more of a big deal than we thought because ...
... an Oxygen Wizard sounds like, this is the song for you: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n7iZ1sK z76U
Up bright and bloody early for Kruger fun times. Massive props to Rob for driving, I don't think I would have been capable. The sunrise coming out of Jozi was amazing, as was our quick stop in Belfast (nothing at all like Belfast, UK - believe it or not). We ignored the GPS and ended up on one of the more entertaining roads I've ever been down. I'm ...
Before we leave Pilanesberg, we must take another trip in to this National Park. We get an early start, there is a cool breeze but, we know it won't last long. The days have been very warm in this park, perhaps this is why animals are not to be seen.
Looking at our map, we decide to take different routes, hoping we will see some lions in the tall dry grass. We continue ...
... airport to Z gates where the big-heavies load, the A-380s. If have never flown or been beside one, they are absolutely massive. Double decker plane is impressive enough but the wings and engines are phenomenal. At max. takeoff weight of over 560 tonnes, it really is amazing that they can fly 10,000km at 900km/hr at 40,000ft!!! It turns out that the flight was absolutely jam packed and the chaos getting 500ppl into a tin can is never smooth, even with German efficiency. Fortunately ...
... very hard. The tour guide showed us bullet holes in the bricks on the outside of the house. On two of the walls inside the house was the following quote from Nelson Mandela: “A freedom fighter’s wife is often like a widow, even when her husband is not in prison.”
The house was very small and very simple. In it now are lots of memorabilia that gave a glimpse into the lives of Nelson, his first 2 wives and their children. ...