Protea Hotel Wanderers
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... restaurant for a birthday lunch but as we got back to the bus we found that it had broken down. About an hour later and with a new battery and cable we set off only to hit the rush hour/weekend traffic round Pretoria and Jo'burg so it was a rather rushed goodbye to our travelling companions as planes had to be caught. We however ,had a nice meal in our hotel before a welcome ...
... daughter forgot to pack it before coming to South Africa
Jabulani explained that he could not cross the land because it was soft, tyre tracks would be left there and when the rains came it would create soil erosion. I don’t know if she believed him but it didn’t matter as he wouldn’t have driven there no matter what !!
We saw another Impala Lily - white with pink edging, and some guinea fowls ...
... way to end this little trip. The drive home brings mixed feelings. The time was too short in Soweto, but there is lots to do back in Durban over the next two weeks before I return to Australia for a short time to catch up with family and friends.
The drive from Johannesburg to Durban is a great drive. It’s about 600 klm with a 120 klm speed limit ….. and some of the scenery is absolutely beautiful with stunning mountain and rock ...
The airport is busy as usual, and the bus rude from "Long term parking" is unpleasant, not because of anything else than - i dont like busses. Booking and boarding is uneventful and the flight is fine. Arrival in Harare at 17:35 is prevalent when they open the doors and the head fills the airplane. We disembark and promptly fall in the "scan for Ebila" que. We pass this and then join the "green line" having nothing to declare, or ...
... but the family bond is undeniable as we catch-up with family news. Gabriel is 9 years old, speaks brazilian and french, and the children are happy to have a friend. Gabriel is very calm and quiet which is great and they all get on and play nicely on the beach. We see Jérome a few times, at his place and the beach and it gives us an opportunity to see the way of life in Rio. It’s busy but relaxed and very pleasant with great weather. A great city! Gabriel invites Ioan for ...