- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... br> -You mean I have to pay in cash?
-1500 dollars in cash right now?
I thought through the various possibilities; none of them looked good. Then another idea came. I asked if they had wifi in the office. They did, and they would even give me the code. I logged in and went to the Skype app on my phone, and called the after-hours number of the travel agency. I was thankful to get an agent who knew what she was doing. ...
... we would have been stuck in Johannesburg. They had someone greet us at the gate and they had already checked us in. . We ran halfway there, but I left her and Bill in the dust when we reached an incline. Wimps! Good thing we are not in The Amazing Race! Despite this, we were escorted us to the area where we had to clear customs and made our plane with time to spare. We are very thankful with the service from Air Namibia, ...
... under one of the most rare and powerful aspects in astrology, namely the Grand Sextile, or Star of David. The ancients associated this unique alignment of six planets with the birth and anointing of a king. This rare alignment of the planets occurred on July 29th, 2013. Seven of the ten planets were involved to create six sextiles, three oppositions and two Grand Trines!
The six planets involved are all in the Water and Earth ...
... us :)
Once we had all finally packed our backpacks and all the final information was given to us we joined the group of chatting parents for a casual braai to set their minds at ease and have some quality time together before the approaching departure.
Overall the day was a huge success and although we're all quite nervous about the trip ahead we are definitely up for the (world) challenge ;) ;)
... guesthouse had also explained that the suburb of Sandton was the "new Johannesburg". Effectively all of the downtown financial industry fled the urban blight of Joburg to Sandton in the late 90s. I visited the big mall in the center (decent, perhaps a little rough around the edges) with its restaurant filled Mandela Square, complete with giant statue. Just as I was leaving, I drove around a few random streets and happened upon the Johannesburg Stock Market, so of course I snapped a photo.