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We flew from Sydney on the 10am flight direct to Jo'berrg. This meant we had to leave Melbourne early. We had only one hour to get from Domestic Terminal to International Terminal. Ruby at one of my accounting office clients paniked me. "You will miss your flight you do not hac]ve enough time ". I didn't sleep a wink. So up we got at 4:30am and off …
... We eventually arrived at our house which Mel had booked.Amazing farmhouse but what a location and huge with us each having our own bathrooms, fantastic well equipped kitchen and many other features especially this huge porch!! In the evening we took a drive through Natures Valley where there are the most amazing Yellow Wood trees! So beautiful .Had dinner at the only pub in town ( actually only place to eat!) Thursday Colin and I drove to Plettenberg Bay where we met his friend Peter ...
Waking up in London, Christina had one clear goal: shopping! We took the Heathrow Express (expensive but it takes only 15 minutes to Paddington Station), stopped by the Italian Gardens at the top of Serpentine Lake (between Hyde Park and Kensington gardens) for a before-and-after shot, and headed out to shop! Christina happily found a store she liked and parked me at an internet cafe.
... was both interesting and upsetting. I think having been born when I was, I hadn't realised how recently the situation had been so awful in SA. It was a real eye-opener into understanding better Freedom day and the massive ANC support that we've encountered while we've been here as well as explaining all the photos after the football game (Orlando pirates are a Soweto team).
There were lots of photos of Johannesburg in the ...
... worth seeing. This was also where my good friend Max (second shoutout homie!) had spent his ten month Fulbright placement, and who also, I should point out, convinced me not to bypass Joburg on my travel itinerary. Well, Pretoria was actually kind of cool and its center, Church Square, actually had some beautiful colonial architecture and an amazingly European coffee shop. I read the newspaper, sipped on coffee and experienced the always traditional ...