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... and president of the South African Republic Paul Kruger at its centre. Statues of four anonymous Boer citizen-soldiers surround that of Kruger's on a lower level of the ...
... Pretoria. So far I managed to spend most of yesterday in China Town in Johannesburg and today spent time shopping in the Menlyn mall. The nicest things so far have been the temperature - about 31C each day and the fact that I can wear shorts! Tomorrow will take the long drive to Durban and enjoy a few days in a different part of South Africa. Great to catch up with friends and panning to do some of this in the coming ...
... We used a cable from an old video machine and Nico's Dad was kind enough to attach it right into the plug casing...so theres no dangerous cable connections or chances of a short circuit.
So now all our gadgets can recharge at the same time and be ready for each new days adventure!!
....Counting down the hours!!
... one another they chat about their forthcoming adventure. A lot of people are heading to Kilimanjaro, some Vox people are scheduled to tackle Mont Blanc. Some guys from Ellerines have just completed a 21 km run and then ended their training session with the stairs!
Phil jogs the stairs and I follow him at a steady pace. Determination and curiosity will hopefully take me up the Inca Trail.
On the trail of the Incas - our 2nd week is going to be ...
... after 6pm I was, alas, confined to the bar for the whole day. The Algerians were back in town, only this time they had competition in numbers from the Mexicans, and by the end of the second game of the day I was sufficiently socially lubricated to be on chatting terms with probably everyone in the bar. So much so, in fact, that my new friend, Mohammed, insisted on giving me one of his traditional Algerian garments, which out of respect I wore for the ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
I would reccomend this to anyone if they want an expierience to remember.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.