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... Gonzalo was invited to taste some local beer. Well, Iīm honestly surprised that he didnīt **** his pants because the beer looked nasty :)
Later we decided to follow Cecilia who took us to the city center called “New Town” where we split. We went to see the Constitution Hill and Cecilia with her friends preferred to go to the shopping mall.
We reached the Constitution Hill just on time and managed to take the last guided tour (included in ...
... to quite good, but it is not haute cuisine and doesn't match quantity. South African wine and local beer are available at meals, with the first glass sometimes "complimentary," otherwise at $3 or $4 per glass. Bottles are also available at what one can consider quite reasonable prices -- about $15 to $30. The camps also have variably stocked bars open for a good portion of each day. Drinks are only a few dollars.
The game ...
... meals in the evening with all the food they are giving
And that was my work for the day could get used to working a few hours in the
day and then relaxing round the animals for the rest.
Have moved up to the restaurant to use the internet so sat watching a little jackal
run round, people playing with the baby lions and the sun setting not bad x
... arriving at around 1pm (Dubai time). Dubai is 4 hours behind Singapore.
Upon arrival at Johannesburg O.R. Tambo Airport, we followed the signs to take the shuttle service to our hotel - Protea Hotel O.R. Tambo, which is supposed to be very near. However, the signs could be very confusing and when a black guy approached us to help us, an airport staff with the staff pass appeared and asked us to follow ...
... home on a Saturday and returned home on a Saturday.
Total of km's on bikes = 5,345km's
Total km's in Sani = 170 km's
Total km's travelled = 5,515 km's
338.76 Litres of petrol (Mark's bike - BMW K1200 GT)
Total cost of petrol (Mark) = R2,778.27
No punctures on route or any problems with the 3 bikes.
Lessons learnt along the way:
* Sunday's in the Northern Cape - most of these little towns are closed ...