Gold Reef City Theme Park Hotel
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14 hours is a long time to sit. We just had our last meal and are about an hour away from landing. We arrive about 6:30pm after napping on and off for 15 hours so, will be interesting if we are up most of the night or not. Fortunately, our hotel is right at the airport so, hopefully no long delays getting settled. Passport control took an hour but …
So...here we are, back in civilization, with luxury, glitter, and high-speed internet at our disposal, yet, oddly enough, something feels different. I couldn't put my finger on it until we stood waiting to be seated in the dining room, where it became ironically apparent that complacency has infected this establishment's service and attention to …
... was interested in seeing.
Unfortunately at the Cinemas I met Rachael to find that the card that allows
the half price deal couldn’t be found and thus no movie was seen.
Contrary to the Original plan of Soweto, Ms Murungi took the three New South
Welshmen as well as the Tasmanians to Gold Reef City, to the Apartheid Museum,
which the Tasmanian’s had already done so went to Gold Reef ...
... rock climbing and paint balling. We did a bit of rock climbing. I decided to climb the route one handed. The South Africans were very impressed by this! When I got down, one of the South Africans called me a stunt man! I also tried out "free falling", where you get suspended 40m up in the sky with a pad on your back and drop into a net. It was actually quite interesting. Mind you, you're in a decommissioned cooling tower with a small view ...
... taking off only for a brief few seconds to then "crash" land plonk into the shrubs and bushes 20-30 metres below and come struggling back up the hill with scratches all up their arms, I did wonder for a brief moment what on earth I was doing!! But I am a pro! I’ve done this before, I can do this again! After over an hour of waiting, the wind picked up, and there was a succession of paragliders all take off one after another (still one failed attempt but I think that was ...