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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Sun hotel -_- of course our phones were playing up and couldn't call TransMagnific!! So panic was setting in and our 'taxi' finally arrived and by taxi I mean a car which the odometer, petrol gage and speed gage weren't working at all, was a hatch and had no meter :| anyway we got there at around 8:03am and everyone was still getting into the buses. We had the back seat to ourselves so sprawled across and we were on our way to the border.. Meanwhile directly in front of us there ...
... Driving up the Meeting Garmin brought me true some pretty bad Shanty Towns around Johannesburg , was I glad I took the Car and not the Bicycle. Got an lot of Information for places to visit on the Game preserve Areas in South Africa and Karl made me an list places must see. I think Karin & myself will have an busy time going to all the places recommended. I was asked for an Interview ...
... with my name in black letters. I just stared for a second thinking, "how did he know I am me?" I smiled back. He shook my hand and excitedly said, "Welcome to Joburg! My name is Nelson. (pause) Like Mandela!" I laughed out loud. What a pleasant start to my trip. On our way to the hotel, he did not stop talking the whole time, telling me about Africa, about Mr. Mandela, about race, about what I 'must' ...
... have oxtails and "pap". Pap is made from ground corn and is served with a yummy sauce. While we are dining a lady face painter comes by and we get some flowers painted on the side of our face. Then a group of singers comes by and serenade us while we are enjoying our lunch. It's a good thing we have an inside table as it starts pouring down rain while we are dining.
After lunch Shelley drops me off at the ...
3. Hollow out the soft centre of the bread and keep to one side.
4. Fill the hollowed section with hot chips, tomato sauce, a fried egg, processed ‘plastic’ cheese and finish with several slices of luminous pink polony (a ham substitute, consisting of about 0.01% meat).
5. For vegetarian version, skip polony and add a healthy sprinkling of salad (a few strips of cabbage will suffice).
6. Place hollowed out section on ...