Quiet Mountain Country House
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Woken up at 7 by Ria, come now, look see the monkeys. Leapt out of bed half asleep to see heaps of monkeys leaping around and flying through the trees by the branches. A brilliant sight to see, got a few shots in so hopefully there are some good ones among them. Following that excitement we had cooked breakfast then headed for the pool about 9. Plenty of sunshine, just a lazy beautiful day. Finished off the bottle of Amarula that Caren gave me - delish! Clean up ...
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We then went back to the hotel in which we decided as a group that we were going to have dinner together at 7:30 at a restaurant near Mandela Square. A classmate and I went to the mall a bit earlier as we wanted to look ...
... 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 ...
Our flight was eventless and we awoke just before landing in Johannesburg. We were met by a transfer agent who escorted us through South African customs in less than 10 minutes. Amazing, considering the lines we saw of individuals waiting to be processed. Within minutes we were checked into our hotel near the airport and thinking about what we should do with our 24 hours in Jo-berg. Thankfully, the concierge was able to arrange a 4 hour tour ...