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... top ten in the world. We were also shown the 2 roomed home where our guide lives with 12 others. It was now time to visit the street with 2 Nobel laureates' houses in it,nelson Mandela and Desmond tutu. At the top of the street is the site where The Soweto riots started in 1976 and the street corner is dedicated to the young lad,hector pieterson who was the first of 2000 to be killed and opposite is a museum named in his memory and charts the origins of the black demands of ...
We got up really and went to the airport. The airport was so hot. It felt like we were in the check in line forever. Once we got to the cool waiting area we were all tired. The plane ride to Johannesburg was 5 hours. ON the plane our TVs didn't work so me and Ava went to a different spot to watch TV.
Once we landed we found the food ...
... I hit the sack early, knowing we had a long drive ahead of us the next morning south to the border with Kenya.
It was 5.00am when I got up to find Chato asleep in the car and Mamo explaining that he was unwell with a head cold. After a few cursory exchanges, he was ready to go and asked Stefan if he though this was a “hangover”. Both of us were becoming increasingly aware that Chato was not keen on this final day’s excursion and he had ...
... at us, needless to say we both peed our pants. This turned out to be a visually beautiful area and we saw so much wild life in parts of it. By mid afternoon we had given up hope of seeing any cats, when Lauren suddenly yells "cat! Go back, go back" not sure how she saw it cause all we could see was a head sticking up above the grass a long way off. It turned ...
... booked business class which gave us access to the business class lounge. Our tickets had also said there was no food being served on the flight from Llongwe to Johannesburg so we had ordered some smoked chicken chipatas from Mabuya camp to tide us over in case we got hungry.
Not to worry! Got to the business class lounge and besides the comfortable chairs, and free wifi they also had a meal you could ...