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... of beautiful limestone formations. Thank goodness they made us wear hardhats, because with some of the small passage we had to squeeze through I would have knocked myself out several times. I have a bit of claustrophobia but soldiered through. It really gave me flashbacks to my favorite Nevada Barr book, Blind Descent (http://www.nevadabarr.com/bkap06_blind _descent.htm). We really enjoyed this, being the nerds that we are. ...
... time we had to replenish our beer stock which we did at another local supermarket & continued our trip around the island. The ladies then decided that the Seybrew they had rented, needed to be deposited and we went in search of a toilet. Jude being ever so resourceful, took us to Aphelia Resort, where we pretended to be potential buyers, while the ladies went to the loo. What a stunning place but way, way out of our price bracket. On our way back to our hotel we visited ...
... all of our luggage off the bus and get inside the terminal. It's 5 a.m. and check in opens at 7:30. Well, ****.
So, 50 kids with about 150 pieces of luggage end up lying on the floor of JFK Airport just...............waiting. We play Uno and poker and some card game I still can't pronounce that involved some yelling and arguing. Steven and I go searching for a bathroom and, at Arrivals, I find the hallowed bastion of 5:30 in the morning: A. Mother. *******. Dunkin. ...
... whites’ and do not deserve assistance from the ‘black’ government. The ‘whites’ have had the upper hand for long enough and now it’s their time to suffer. And so they are. Many of them.
As we are atop a high lookout over the city, the heavens finally open and we rush back to the car for refuge. Gary takes us on a driving tour through the city and I’m surprised to discover that it’s ...
... trees, native to Brazil, but flourishing in Africa and Australia in November), but Jo'burg wins! We drove down wide jacaranda-lined avenues past some gorgeous homes on streets that were far less congested than most of Sydney's. Via a ring road expressway, we were soon in Soweto.
Did you know that Soweto has a population of 5 million, making it one of the largest and densest populated areas in the ...
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