Garden Court O.R. Tambo International Airport
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... the Apartheid Museum today however the hostel transfer is very very expensive and it's about 45 minutes away so unfortunately I had to pass, which is a shame. Nonetheless that meant that today I just had to chill by the pool and relax. It was awesome. It took a few hours for me to settle because I don't like doing nothing. I am also used to London living now and I make no exaggerate when I say that it is silent ...
... by, but because we were away from the car we didn't have our camera's on us!!! Just 50 feet away. We got into the car, and drove to our camp site, the closest one to Malelane Gate. We are at the Berg-en-dal rest camp. The total trip was about 415 KMS. After we checked in and relaxed for about an hour, we took a drive to try and find game. We found a watering hole with a bunch of rhino's, and two of them were squaring off. For some reason, this one rhino was just not ...
... not sure why anyone travelling to an area of potential exposure wouldn't get vaccinated, but if by some chance you forget your record of it, our experience would suggest that panic is unnecessary.
We had electricity in all our camps, but only two of the five were actually on the national grid, and the remaining three used generators and some solar power. The lighting in the tents was therefore a little dim. We also had a brief and unexpected power failure ...
... the Wayne saw impalas, vultures and a lot of them, an eland, a nyala, some birds, zebras, giraffes, a mongoose and some different birds. We got the lions and saw them, then we found the zebra that they had fed on this morning. They had eaten more if that was possible and now it was just a head, spine and three and a bit legs. We started to head away when we spotted a hyena! Oh my god! That was the last thing on my list to see apart from ...
... like most South Africans, drives awfully fast) downtown to a fabulous market that occurs every Saturday on the second floor of a parking garage. International food vendors as far as the eye can see. Steve caught up with a friend and I had a head start exploring.
After several rounds of the area and more than a couple bites of marvelous food, I found myself hanging out just watching the crowd and particularly a young woman who was the salesperson for a variety of ...