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TravelPod Member ReviewsHilton Sandton
The Hilton appears brand new, sparkling clean, well appointed rooms. It's in a safe business neighborhood with lots of restaurants and a shopping mall nearby.
Only downside is their concierges didn't know anything about anything we asked!
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... Sun hotel -_- of course our phones were playing up and couldn't call TransMagnific!! So panic was setting in and our 'taxi' finally arrived and by taxi I mean a car which the odometer, petrol gage and speed gage weren't working at all, was a hatch and had no meter :| anyway we got there at around 8:03am and everyone was still getting into the buses. We had the back seat to ourselves so sprawled across and we were on our way to the border.. Meanwhile directly in front of us there ...
... to let her know were through fine and there were a few more tears.
We grabbed a sandwich and a drink and waited for a few hours for our flight to be ready to board, we were on our way to Singapore!!
Singapore Airlines is one of the very best there is in my opinion, from the minute you get on you are waited on hand and foot. Everything is free, drinks, sandwiches, crisps etc. They had hundreds of things to watch on the TV on the headrest on the seat ...
... heaps of cheetah up close and learned about their lives. We also saw some lions and cubs that had been rescued from being domestic pets. The 4 cubs were born in the centre by accident! They said they didnt intend to breed lions as they arent endangered and are plentiful in the wild! The male and female that they rescued (from separate houses) just "fell in love at first sight."
There is a big pack of wild dogs there too, and they were all really funny ...
... is to provide support to a family in Kagiso in cooperation with Father Victor and St Thomas. We all drove over to the house today to get a look at what we needed to accomplish there this week. The road to the home was all dirt and strewn with garbage. The houses were small (about 400 sf) but actually pretty sturdy looking. We passed children playing in the street, roosters and stray dogs. Then we arrived at the Lebakeng house. Standing out front ...
... re lucky enough, you come across an organisation, a group of people, perhaps even an individual that profoundly effects your regular perception of the world and at the very least reminds you of the fundamentally important aspects of life. I guess if you're a good person then you'll know that the fundamentally important aspects of life are things like happiness, love and hope... not things like wealth, success or power. Those things are all well and good ...