Hyatt Regency Johannesburg
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... before we boarded the flight, we met a US guy checking the flight board. He's a traveling Tattoo Artist (Is that a thing?) and he was calling Cape Town home for awhile and just returned from Bangkok. Anyway, he's from Centralia, Illinois, which is near where I grew up (relatively) and is really near Troy, Illinois. We shared a cab with him to our AirBnB place once we landed in Cape Town.
... had been here last year and felt that I should see it to get a better understanding of what took place. There were many pictures of the struggles people endured. Pictures of both men and women who participated in trying to change the laws and because of their involvement were sent to prison. They were considered political prisoners. Also had films of the torture ...
... to the lobby half an hour early to figure out if my nightmares are about to truly materialize; every fear about forgetting something, being vastly unprepared, or it all actually being a mistake and my invitation a joke.
The hotel lets me into my new room immediately and I report to registration fifteen minutes early. And I'm the first one there.
Of ******* course.
I meet the coordinator for Staging, a lovely woman named Maureen, and she immediately ...
... with several irate strangers well past their bedtime...and not only that; the scent of frustration and body heat is flowing thick in the re-circulated air. Where is the comment card?! Who's getting a 10/10 on customer satisfaction?!! WHO IS TO DANKE SCHON FOR THIS EXPERIENCE??!!!!!!!!!
1.5 wonderful hours later, we finally embarked on our 10.5hour flight to Johannesburg - and here we are!!!!
We are staying at a quaint little guest house ...
... food; Pork chops, Bobootie and Gem squash. Then beat more Germans at cards and teased Neo for coming last each time :p
On the way back to Joburg we stopped off at the Blyde Canyon. Blue skies meant we saw the world's third largest canyon in all its glory. Unlike the Grand Canyon, Blyde was covered with a lush green landscape with a mountain in the middle surrounded by a brilliant blue lake. Stunning. A fitting end to a fantastic few days at Kruger National ...