Garden Court Eastgate
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... most interesting days on the trip. There is obviously not much in the way of general sights in Joburg, as the main highlight is apparently a 50 story office building, and the chap who is also picked up has unfortunately picked that tour, and thus misses the Apartheid Museum. This museum is well put together, and could easily occupy you for hours given the amount of material there, particularly interesting for someone like me who can remember most of the figures of the ...
... soothing. I put on some Energy 2000 and went to sleep for a few hours, after I took a few pics of my first African sunrise. When I got up for breakfast I went down to the main house for what is possibly the best breakfasts imaginable, sorry mema, in my bed clothes; which is to say I put on bed clothes because I sleep naked. I looked like I'd fallen into a hamper on laundry day; but I put a hoodie on over my tank top and was wearing ...
... before running it back. We set the record with 1 hour and 13 seconds, thus Wesley house holding both the orienteering and rafting records. We then prepared for our own solitary night.
... for the night then madagascar tomorrow. Will miss mainland Africa, although I just heard this morning about one of the other intrepid trucks being shot at a few days ago, with the driver and one passenger being injured- good to keep in mind that no matter how good my experience here has been, this is Africa and you always need to be ready for anything. Don't think there's much wifi on Madagascar, so may not update for a while ...
... there. Little kids joyfully running down the narrow passageways. There is a communal tap to supply water and there is a whole rank of portaloos outside of the main part of the village. Power - no problem - they run illegal lines of the main distribution cables and can power up fridges, stereos etc. The public utility turns a blind eye to this "energy theft" - as an ex-Origin employee I don't think the debt collectors would be too effective here.
We were even invited ...