Kopanong Hotel and Conference Centre
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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... time, and use it mostly for trip planning. Finally, and probably the lamest excuse, we found a couple really addictive books in the hostel book exchanges, which have sucked up our free time, which we would have used to write about our travels. Which books? The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (and the next two books) and Hunger Games -- both totally worth reading even after seeing the movies, by the way. So now ...
... the morning... haha I can still taste the donut. See Photo attached!
2012 is no exception and the holidays and fun will not stop. Alex has since moved to Singapore to take up an awesome position within her company and now galavants all over Asia (currently in Korea for the week!). So on Thursday night she will fetch me from the airport and who better to show me Singapore than Alex, who is now a local ...
Everything is unbelievably corrupt here, everyone seems to be at it. The worst of them seem to be right at the top, one being the leader of the ANC ruling party, Jacob Zuma and the other being the head of the youth movement, Julius Malema. Until these guys are removed the future for South Africa does not seem great.
Anyways mumbling done now, we headed into Daveyton to meet with Arbal and ...
... By this stage the other guys had limited time so we said our goodbyes and they sprinted off. It was quite a surreal feeling standing in the airport waving goodbye. Any way, it took a minute or 2 to get my head around the situation, now to make alternative plans!
I phone my aunt Di and asked if I could stay for a couple of day, Di sounding merry informed its all good, not to worry, Iv just got to get ...
... with all the members of our tour - about $7NZ.
Mokopane has a platinum mine nearby.
We crossed into the Botswana border and changed some money, then drove hundreds of kilometres into Botswana. Botswana is a very law abiding country of 1.6 million, with 600,000 square kilometres. We saw many little "villages" consisting of a couple of mud huts with thatched roofs and some animals. Animals are everywhere over the roads, they seem to ...