Garden Court Milpark
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... If they live in a zoo, they don't usually reach year 40.
... blamed yet again for our state on Saturday morning, but Rob, Megan, Cassie, Megan's housemate Daniel and I eventually dragged ourselves to Sandton for the Rise and Shine Festival (we said we'd do a shift at hospital... we were so very wrong). Drank delicious gin, ate delicious food (pulled pork tacos, yes please) and saw some absolutely phenomenal bands. Highlight had to be Desmond and the Tutus - genuinely entertaining band with excellent lyrics, incredible stage presence ...
... Got checked out in a Cessna 172 RG Cutlass. At least a little bit of horsepower at this altitude. (180 HP).
My very friendly instructor Brian Ward had more fun than he expected. J
We flew from Grand Central via HBV beacon (Hartebeespoortdam) to the Brits General Flying area for some emergencies. (I LOVE emergencies).
Some simulated fires, engine failures, precautionary stuff, (boring ;-)) returning via Ernie Els golf course and a flapless back ...
... style. However, you can't be too upset, for she has just spent hours regaling you with tales of Swazi history, one she is herself a part of, and you are more sad than begrudging to see such a treasure go!
However, an hour later, surviving becoming a statistic, you find yourself in the Kingdom of Swaziland. Yes, Kingdom, for here there be Kings. Well, one King to be exact, but his outfit is hard to miss. At least until one look into ...
... rather ambivalent to our presence, but as the day moved on they became more interested in us in between bouts of whipping. Two in particular became very friendly and inquisitive and as Mamo spoke some Hamar, we were able to talk a little with them, but Mamo did seem more interested in pursing his own conversations with them , rather than allowing us to converse with them. This made me realise again how privileged I had been in Nagaland.
Next the jumper ...