Quarters Hotel Florida Road
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... Heathrow. Julie and Brian, one of the Canadian couples, were going up to Rwanda for a few days and I was heading back to South Africa to spend some time with my brother.
The flight to Joburg left on time. I was seated next to a talkative lady from Brisbane who told me all about her trip which had followed a similar route to ours but had also included some time with the gorillas in Rwanda. She spent a long time describing ...
And early start to the day as we had a lot of ground to cover. Within the first 30 minutes we able to see wart hogs, impala, and vultures that were gathering to feed on carrion, which was fascinating in the number that gathered. About 15 minutes after this we were at the border of Swaziland. The crossing was really quite efficient, over and done with in about 45 minutes. From here we drove into Swaziland's ...
... hunt and kill them for sport like people do with game animals now. I was so horrified. But then the apartheid was still ongoing here in the 1990s as well. Oh us cheeky Europeans and our mischievous antics! I feel like giving an endlessly apologising for all the terrible things Europeans (although mainly English) did... "sorry about colonising your countries and stealing all your land and killing you..oh also sorry about the slave thing ...
... bus attendant. Right at that time, I looked up at the TV and the Intercape advert that was playing on the screen showed a big shiny bus being washed and cared for, and smiling happy staff, with a fairly obvious notice underneath which read 'Intercape is a Christian owned company, we support the church'. Those who are Christians, please don't take offence to what I'm about to say, as I say this in good jest. The kid clears his throat and s yelling into the mic at defeaning ...
... 8221; your skin. Yes, of course it’s not good to be too exposed to the sun, but I think a happy medium can be found. Fashion in Korea tends to be trend after trend after trend. People often dress in similar styles and colours, so as someone looking in from outside, it can sometimes seem a little drab. Skinny girls teeter along in their incredibly high heels, even in the snow & ice. Teeny tiny shorts and skirts are acceptable (and I MEAN teeny tiny), yet showing ...