Mercure Johannesburg Midrand
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Had a cool couple of days. On Sunday we drove to hwange national park, we stopped on the way at the painted dog conservation sanctuary. I had seen these dogs at Melbourne zoo before and thought they were pretty ugly, now that I know their story they are much more interesting. We then drove on to hwange, where Ian was supposed to meet us, but his landrover had blown up on the way so he ended up being quite late. He felt ...
... official complimented the team on their behaviour and excellent play and thought on possession alone we should have been unbeaten! After the match it was all systems go as we left the accommodation and got a lift to the airport. After making sure our bags made the weight limit we waited to board our flight. The timings for our arrivals are as follows: Amsterdam: 10.20 Heathrow: 15.00 (should be through customs by 15.45) Jake Goosen Gatwick : 14:05 Seaford: ...
Few days rest :-)
Yesterday we had a very nice Xmas lunch, diner, drinking, cigarsmoking, tennisplaying in the garden, talking, dancing, laughing day!
Now on my way to Limpopo in order to visit Dev and Brenda and the kids.
Waterberg is next destination.
... park. The inside was amazing in itself painted ceilings and carved rock walls but as we got to the water park it was even more incredible.
You enter through a path of trumpeting elephants and beautiful fountains then have to have our bags searched don’t get me started but for some reason you are allowed to take water in but not the cordial I had made up for the day so not such a good start ...
... the provincial border from Kwa-Zulu Natal to the Orange Free State. Besides the Orange River lending it's name to the province, I'm sure another contributing factor was the endless dark orange grass plains and burnt orange dusty roads. As our kombi (minivan) struggled with the mountain pass to the border post we got a great view of the QwaQwa settlement below and of the contrast in life across the border where, similarly to the Transkei, circular rondavel huts constructed with mud ...