Mercure Johannesburg Midrand
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the sun set on the horizon we stood around a fire in the cool evening air, listened to the water birds on the lake, and enjoyed an aperitif, and the aroma of steaks and lamb chops as we talked. It was a very lovely place and a delightful occasion. We moved into the dining room for the meal and enjoyed a fantastic meal; the steaks were outstanding. There was a bit of sadness in the air too since we ...
... and work, and expectations, and responsibility, and commitment, and, aside from family, just about everything that is becoming less and less important to me as each year passes. What another transformational shift it is to experience this part of Africa as we just did, and I finally understood what our wonderful daughter Amy told us before we left, "You will never be the same!"
... poor dwellings, with concrete beds and divisions based on gender, causing a number of problems when they were occupied from the 60s to the 80s. Additionally, we enjoyed some delicious maize beer out of a milk carton, sit in a shabeen (illegal drinking establishment) and then had the chance to graze on braai, which is South African barbeque, best accompanied by a bottle of beer that resembles a 40 oz bottle of malt liquor.
Visiting Nelson Mandela's ...
... Sarah reaches for the makeup bag.
An open top maybe, a journey to Vegas with my attorney to remember, or a classic white 4x4 Jeep might be better, I contemplate idle dreams.
The turn off says 'Bergville', a big bosomed dusty covered African mama with a massive broad brimmed hat waits patiently in the sparse shade of an acacia tree. A young man with pockmarked face and a battered holdall waves a used cardboard ...
... I was also pleased that I had kept my yellow fever jab up to date as you cannot get entry into Kenya without that. Now my journey has started.
I could write a million things about how much I enjoy being in Australia and that I will be going back again but I would above all else like to thank Dave and Gill Conlan for looking after me in Adelaide and making me so welcome in their home. I would also especially like ...