Radisson Blu Hotel Sandton, Johannesburg
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... area, which is a very small laid back town. Stayed at a backpackers, and like many we’ve stayed at in SA, it was warmer outside than in our room!! Did several good hikes here, including one along the first day of the five day 46km Otter Trail – this trail apparently needs to be booked up to a year ahead, so wasn’t an option for us. The Otter Trail is regarded as one of the most popular hiking trails in SA, ...
... was trudging up the road looking like he had had a rough night. His eyes were half closed and his tail down. He hardly noticed us as he passed within a metre of our car. Later we saw some little pups lying by the roadside fast asleep. Presumably one male and one female as we know the fate of the same sex twin hyena babies. We drove up the to the mid point of the massive park and relocated to Olifants rest camp. Here we found the digs we were looking ...
... 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 ...
... Today, Nelson Mandela's house where he lived with Winnie and two of his children is a museum. As I thought about the situation of Mandela being in the hospital and very ill, I had mixed emotions. Although I felt very lucky to be here during this time, it made me sad that I did not know more about the details of his life and the positive impact both he and Rev. Tutu had for so many South Africans and others in the world. This also was the ...
... on our way to more interesting destinations. But every time we walk by, the dresses in the window are absolutely HORRID. We’re talking black velvet and pink fluff, yellow net skirt with horrible orange brocade over - and these are wedding dresses, remember! Lubka, Sarah, and I always enjoyed looking in the window and laughing at what new atrocities have appeared, and we joked a few times about going in to try them on. But yesterday morning Sarah and I ...