Radisson Blu Hotel Sandton, Johannesburg
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... a society does not exist in the static times of Apartheid but exists in a continuum that includes today and will include tomorrow. The museum did a great job toward the end to place the end of apartheid and the continuation and improvement of the Republic of South Africa (RSA) as an item of paramount importance, in a way that doesn't quite erase the memory of the past; but acknowledges that together it will never be allowed to happen again.
... it took a number of hours to get through customs and check in for our domestic flight to PE. Was hit with a excessive weight for bike transport which turned out be about 4 dollars Australian very quickly learnt the Aussie dollar was going to stretch a long way. At the customs desk I was worried we might lose our luggage as it took so long to reach the carousel after clearing customs. Apparently the man on the counter was laughing at me as I left and told the girls I ...
... kept looking at a double CD by an African singer and stated "if I only had money". I bought the CD for her while she was not near me then handed it to her stating the CD was a gift for spending the day with me. She said the cost of this CD would have fed her daughter and her for a week. I felt so bad. I told Dorothy I would shout her lunch, then had to explain what a "shout" is.
We wandered to a local ...
... phone so we could try and sort it. We had to concede defeat though and although we got a reduction in the fee it would still cost us £10 (between us thankfully) that we didn't expect. As a first mistake it wasn't too horrendous.
The sprawl of Durban surrounded us around 4.30 and we crawled through a bit of traffic into the city itself to arrive about 5.15pm. We got dropped at another hostel and our driver was waiting for us so at least we didn't have to hang around ...
... I’d also meet up with Russell and Darryl again down in Durban at that Festival.
Steve and I hit the car again and squealed over to a hip neightborhood where we wandered around before settling on a beer and Mozambican curry to close the night. We decided to make it an early night given the next days itinerary which included an anticipated late night.
After a lovely skype session with a close friend, Steve and I blasted (these verbs are chosen intentionally ...