Lombardy Boutique Hotel & Conference Centre
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... in the Air France lounge in the Johannesburg airport, getting ourselves caught up. We'll be back-posting about South Africa and probably even on Argentina, so get ready for a barrage of posts.
Also, you may have noticed that our itinerary changed. Originally, we were planning on flying from Johannesburg to Amman on February 4. We were then going to spend 3 weeks in Jordan and Egypt. Well, after ...
... the opposite. I experienced a savannah beer which included piece of lemon, understand, and a bag of salt, hmmm. Later I was informed I needed to pour the salt into the bottle which I did and it was good. Hot dogs was on the menu with tomato sauce all down my clothes by the time we got back to our concrete seats. All in all it was a interesting evening which will happily return to the next big ...
... shot his girlfriend only a few months later and I can definitely see why someone would be living there in a perpetual state of fear. Although it clearly wasn’t an accident…
Anyway, I made it to the backpackers safely and spent the next few days quietly relaxing by the pool and settling in.
Pretoria itself actually has not all that much to offer the visiting tourist, and I was being far too lazy at the time to want ...
... safari trailers in tow and head for what they consider to be their play-grounds: the wilder parts of their own country or commonly to Botswana and/or Namibia. In UK (certainly in Scotland), when someone wants to camp, they find a nice spot and go for it. Not so in Africa. For a start all roads are fenced, either stock or game. In SA the land is privately owned and it is NOT the done thing to find a convenient gate, pass through and set up camp. Likewise pretty much the same ...
... for birds and there were guinea fowl foraging and running across the open grass as they do. We also saw 2 families of plovers with the tiniest of chicks. Giva ever the adventurer insisted on trying to climb the acacia trees with their vicious white thorns. Fortunately he did not injure himself. The sun is not so hot here and sun safety not a big deal and we were the only ones wearing hats. No one seems to carry water with ...