Protea Hotel Transit O.R. Tambo Airport
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After our last game viewing in the Okavango Delta we fly by private aircraft back to Maun, Botswana.
From Maun it was back to Johannesburg to …
A 10-hour flight from Amsterdam, arriving at night, the traverse through the airport was pretty easy with the assistance of a security guard who walked us to the shuttle stop; our hotel was very close. Excited, Exhausted, Good Night!
... have may similar qualities to humans and have a strong family and social structures. There was so much more we learned about elephants that I will try to encourpate into other blog posts. But let me leave you with one last fun fact about elephants that we did not learn from Jay but learned from our guide later on in the trip
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... single best method for dealing with stage crashers that I think I've ever seen. Please go check them out if you have the chance! The crowd were also very amusing - how I love festival folk. PSA/What I learnt (by observation, mind you): if you're hooking up with a guy you've just met, it's probably not a good idea to spill all your rosť down his back while you do so; although, he probably won't care, and will likely bust out some exceptionally awkward dance moves ...
... morning to sort it out. She
also made it a point to tell me that I could get on standby for the same flight
the next day for $250, so it wasn’t even guaranteed I would be able to get
there the next day even if I got my passport sorted since that flight was
already booked. I said goodbye to Yanik, he wished me luck and said “Matt,
you’re a resourceful guy, you can figure it out.” With my head spinning and not
really knowing what to do ...