Garden Court Eastgate
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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 …
... not, in my opinion, what one sees or does on exchange that makes the time what it is, but rather the people one meets, and the friendships that are formed. From Nelson and Bongi on safari, to all the teachers and boys at Saints, we have met so many people and had so much fun. The Aussies came, to a land of so much unknown, and we had a ball, I have learnt so much, about myself and also about South Africa. It has been a truly once in a lifetime experience and one I shall never ...
... in YPO.
Our trip to the bush in South Africa would be flanked by two visits to Johannesburg. We opted to spend all of our time in the hotel recommended by YPO, because we could leave our huge bags there during our time in the bush. We were traveling light for 4 days! Sam was elated.
We were ensconced in the very modern, ultra-chic area in Johannesburg known as Melrose Arch through YPO, where we could freely walk around, find ...
... that South African sporting teams must now be made up of 60% black Africans. Why not base it purely on merit? I suppose it really isn’t that different to Australia in some ways when it comes to this either, only we never put a name to it. But to me, it is somehow more apparent in South Africa than at home. Anyway, one could talk about this in length, but I won’t on this forum!
We have been so incredibly lucky with the weather, with only 2 days of a tiny bit of rain. ...
... other. These areas have bbqs, massive screens and facilities to use. National football and rugby matches are shown and it creates an ethos of caring and acceptance of one another. All races are welcome and no discrimination is accepted. The bug screens have been erected to help get the children off of the streets, selling drugs and getting in gangs. The Apartheid museum was really interesting as was our visit to Constitution Hill. We learnt all about how the ...