Garden Court O.R. Tambo International Airport
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... 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 ...
... 30pm. Our flight wasn’t until 9 at night but this was the last transfer time the hostel offered so we didn’t really have a lot of choice and were going to end up with a few hours at the airport to kill. We were very lucky that the plane was half empty so it meant we could spread out and lie down through the night in the hope of getting some sleep. We were excited at the thought of waking up and being at home so tried our hardest to catch a few ...
... the streets. The local women dressed in traditional robes brought out their beads and handcrafts to sell. We tipped each of the women we photographed, paid our guide and a village entrance fee to the village head. The N'Belli were forcefully moved to the area in the 50's by the South African government.
May 25 - Re-pack our things and head to Tambo airport. Its a short flight and tight quarters - but the seats are comfortable and we are served lunch!!
... 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 ...
... and at least 130 people died in jail. Mandela and many others were jailed for as much as 25 years. Even secondary school students got into protesting against Apartheid with the slogan "no education before liberation". Finally, in 1991, Mandela and anyone else whose only "crime" was being a member of the Anti-Apartheid were released. For a few years though there was extreme fighting, deaths, and unrest as the different parties struggled for ...