Protea Hotel Transit O.R. Tambo Airport
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... sitting in the isle opposite me and especially for the moment that I realize I miss home already...... My Cadbury's Bubbly!!!!!! Sigh, just a couple more squares and then I'm off to .... you guessed it, more stacking and packing! Watch this space for more ramblings from a mad (gypsy) woman!
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... gem in Africa. Unfortunately, I realized that the museum only spent time describing the traditions of Africa's ancient tribes, which was somewhat interesting, but didn't really give me any more insight into the challenges that South Africa has encountered over the previous decades. There were some interesting paintings, and an excellent explanation to how information technology has positively affected all of our lives, but I didn't get the rich overview of ...
... left, he sadly waved us on.
The rest of the journey was uneventful. We drove the back roads to avoid the capital – Maputo. We crossed at the Ressano Gracia border. Here there were so many people just hanging around, all wanting to help us. As if we were going to hand our passport or currency to a dodgy dressed guy in the car park! The crossing went very smoothly. From Komatipoort (the South African side) ...
... s magnificent sunrises and sunsets and revelled at the sighting of free and wild animals. Exceptional!
We now head to Egypt. We are unsure what to expect. We do want to see the obvious: pyramids, King Tut's head and mummies, but also want to rest and take advantage of the sun as well as catch up on homework, to the boys' dismay.
All we know is that we'll keep you ...
... gardens. Energy levels waning we sort solace in a Fremantle beer, which helped to wash down the barramundi and chips. A beautiful town and a lovely way to end our brief visit to Perth. Sleep beckoned (thankfully), at least for a few hours, and before we knew it we were flying over Africa. Excitement rose as we touched down, our first time on African soil. Another wait - 5 hours - too short to explore the city (and probably a wise choice in a city such as this). Not ...