The Westford Hotel, Sandton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... etc. It just so happened that, without our knowing this assembly was in reality, their version of our presentation evening, with awards handed out for academics and also sport. It was very interesting to see... and I got the whole thing on Go-Pro too. Friday also included meeting Gretchen on what was, rather ironically, the last day of school. She was lovely and seemed to have plenty of stuff planned for the week between the camps. I didn't give her the contract I signed that said ...
Arrived safe and sound in Cape town, said our farewells to the fellow truck goers and got a taxi to our hostel. I was a little anxious about how it would be bit it turned out to be a beautiful boutique place with the most helpful staff. A little lunch ...
... a new visa. Therefore I will stay at a hostel somewhere nearby the embassy and hopefully be able to check out Johannesburg a little further.
The lack of customer service seemed to be an issue. Obtaining a SIM card was quite a process as no one could tell me how much it costs per minute to make calls. After talking to about 5 different people, someone finally took the time to answer my questions. At least I now have a cell phone.
... that something like is will occur - but no, in SA of all places! I'm hoping that's my bout for the next 8 months but not sure will be so lucky. Anyway, the wedding went by in somewhat of a blur for me, but it was very beautiful and I know Chris had a fabulous time ;-) Thank you so much to Brendan and Maria for inviting us and allowing us to share in your very awesome and special day - I know there are hundreds of wonderful and funny stories that arose from ...
Our 8 days trip to Mozambique ended at the tiny airport in Inhambane. By far the smallest and least organised airport either of us have ever been to. A single skinny airstrip that while being the best piece of asphalt in the entire region was still far from smooth and had no lights or signage.. The airport itself sits in what seems like an informal village with straw huts surrounding it in all directions and not being protected by any sort of a fence; locals as well ...