Hyatt Regency Johannesburg
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After 15 hours of travelling I arrived at Jo-burg International! Very comfy flight in the Airbus...didn't even feel like you were flying! A lovely large German lady spilt beer on me in my first flight so I'm sure I smelt like an alcoholic but luckily had an empty seat next to me flying to SA so I could keep the wonderful smell all to myself :p Had …
Ten of us met in Melbourne airport and our flights to Sydney
then on to Johannesburg were on time and really smooth. We even gave the food a big tick and the big
bonus was that we flew along the edge of the Antarctic continent for about ...
... our tracker, from Tswalu Game Reserve, whose introduction to game safaris became the basis of an addiction; our driver and nature interpreter from Kulula Desert Lodge, another Jonas; our tour guide and the person responsible for finding us AvGas at Ongava Lodge, Henook; our guide from the Okavango Delta, Abu Camp... KB, who could drive through a maze of trails, under a metre of water, and never get lost: our guide, Bashi, and tracker Edward, of the Mashatu Camp in the ...
... I will say that if you are in the private security, electric fence and snarling guard dog business, you may want to consider moving to South Africa where business is booming! I half expect every solution to a problem in South Africa to somehow incorporate electric fences. "Say Bob I hear you're not getting in the rugby channel on your cable box. You might want to consider an electric fence--it really helps the satellite signal." "Hendrik you're ...
... were ideal so we got into the plane and climbed to 10,000 feet. The view from the plane was amazing but nothing could have prepared me for the feeling of seeing it from a free fall. Jumping from the plane, I spread my arms and felt so alive! Falling through the sky at 197km per hour was one of the most exhilarating things I have done and as the instructor opened our parachute I couldn’t contain myself – I burst into fits of laughter. I composed ...