Gold Reef City Theme Park Hotel
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking 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 …
... We spent a little while in the Qantas Lounge and had some juice and fruit, but really wanted to stretch our legs before the next flight.
There was an hour delay before we finally took off from Sydney - offers of champagne, juice and water coming thick and fast. Lovely flight attendants. Plenty of leg room and our lunch seemed to stretch over a couple of hours. My gluten free meal was not too bad except for some very overdone chicken. I ...
... the trees too. Oh and I did not fall off when Moon, my lovely horse, decided to do a couple of wee bucks. I nearly passed out but I stayed on. i will stay with two wheels in the future! We had a long drive back to Johannesburg. We climbed steeply put of Swaziland back to the Highveld. It is always fascinating seeing the village life. The cows were still in their pens and many women were ...
The encounter with South African border control was amusing. I was dragged in to be an 'interpreter' between the border officer and some hapless Chinese bloke who barely spoke English. I speak both 'African administrative nonsense' and 'demanding answers from foreigners' fluently so was an ideal choice. All airport and car hire formalities completed efficiently, we were keen to be on our way to our first ...
... in my house. Good, very good memory. The reading of the elephant whisperer brings back so many memories of the dozens of safaris and game drives I did. The most fantastic imaginable lifestyle of a wildlife conservation couple, and their dogs.
I am in Africa now for a month. Started in Ruanda where I saw that dictatorship also has advantages, flying to Burundi where I learned a lot from Rob about this very poor country and where I played ...