Protea Hotel Transit O.R. Tambo Airport
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... an ex South African who has lived in Melbourne for the last fifteen years and he told me some horror stories about muggings and thefts and the need to be armed when you go driving. His brother was carjacked one night and he was forced at gunpoint to take these black thugs around the neighbourhood and his car was the getaway car. They let him go but he was threatened that if he talked, they knew where he lived. His sister was dragged from her car and ...
... call - Waterval Boven. In his haste to get on the highway John crossed a solid line on the road. We were immediately pulled over by the police! The conversation went thus........ Policeman: Sir, you crossed the line.
John: I'm very sorry
Policeman: It will be a 500 rand fine now.
John: That's a lot of money
Policeman: Maybe I could let you off with a ...
... my new friend Evrard, and meeting the Gorillas and Chimps in green Uganda.
Now in South Africa where I noticed that the people here suffer from more stress than they actually realize themselves.
Some moments are over in a flash, but leave a long lasting impression. One of the moments was the totally unexpected sighting of a big male Leopard in the middle of the day crossing our path in Uganda. The moment was so short and we were ...
... to the midnight flight and an amazing trip out to Amboseli tomorrow. So, no pics today everyone, except for my new flight boarding pass) as I am in transit all day. But imagine just what's coming. With that in the front of my mind I don't mind at all about today's hiccup and I encourage all travellers to take the same perspective when your time comes to visit this wonderland. And in a quick addition, now they have thrown in lounge access to compliment their other ...
Today was a more touristy day than most. We had planned to leave early in the morning for the Apartheid Museum, which is quite far away...but difficulties waking up combined with the challenge of having one shower for seven people pushed our departure time back to about 10:30. Hailed a minibus-cab into town, where Declan received approving greetings from some South African men along the lines of "Solid dude! A team of ladies!" We then had ...