Garden Court Morningside Sandton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... week. Great craic!
Oh, and we won the World Cup. Sorry Josie!
Monday and Tuesday
Back to the ED, which this week has many a ridiculous story. Monday's highlight (in terms of Things I've Never Seen Before and Am Likely To Never See Again) was a gent who came in after losing a fight with a beehive - he was literally covered in bee stings. Conservative estimates put it at around 400 stings but honestly it was probably closer to 750. I've never seen so ...
.....and so the journey began for me, Emma and my brother, Louis. We were all packed and ready to storm Europe.
We arrived at the OR Thambo Airport at 7pm. Early enough to have a nice dinner with a lot of meat, seeing that we would not be able to find such a large amount of meat on one plate in Europe. So many special people came to see us off. My other brother, his wife and beautiful baby girl was there; my parents and ...
... arrived early and the hotel I planned to stay in did not work out, so I was back in the town centre as opposed to the lake side. All in all it was relaxing, but I was pleased to get back to Addis and the sanctuary of Yeshi’s Mamit Guest House.
I started feeling unwell at Yeshi’s (probably Chato’s head cold - so it was not an excuse!) and I did not make the museums in Addis I planned to see. I did catch up with Henok though. So it was a ...
... so I asked where she was off to and if she was staying the night as well. She told me about why she was stuck in the airport over night (I was getting accustomed to her accent and honestly didn't' catch much of it) and that she was on her way back home to Botswana come morning. Naturally she inquired about my endeavor and I informed her that I am highly considering traveling to Botswana while at Victoria Falls to take a safari on a reserve that has ...
... did that for a few minutes.
The driver drops me off at the airport, I'm rushing because it's 1.5 hours before my flight is to depart. I get to the check-in counter, get handed my boarding pass and realize, my flight has been delayed a couple of hours, I will now arrive at about midnight in Tana. The check-in girl made no mention of this, she just handed me the boarding pass.
And with that, the love affair with Air Madagascar has officially begun.