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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... sometimes misunderstood continent with me through the rest of the trip and beyond. AFRICA No. of km travelled: 13,085km No. of pictures taken: 1,247 No. of hours in the truck: 187 No. of times manteling/dismantling the tent: 66 No. of Lions spotted: 53 No. of wines sampled: 28 No. of different local beer brands sampled: 9 No. of countries visited: 7 No. of blue whales downed in 4 seconds: 6 No. of capital cities visited: 5 No. of elephants sharing our campsite: ...
... only by travelling outside, in the heat, which was odd.
We actually trained in water polo, rather than a game this time, which allowed me to see that I wasn't actually that bad once I got the hang of things. Although I did feel sorry for my partner in the passing drill who swam a few laps because of me, we eventually got the hang of it, and were quite good.
Gus had gone to a great deal of effort to arrange for us, with people he knew, to visit ...
... bad, specially for the monkeys and birds. It’s nice to see all the different types of monkeys and birds that can be found in Brazil. The last visit is to Corcovado, the big statue of Christ. It stands on the top of the inland mountain that dominates Rio at 850m. We take the train to the top and the 20 minute ride is nice. The train circles around the mountain through the thick forest and if you’re lucky you can see some wildlife. Lewys and his bionic eyes spots monkeys ...
... then over to Mandela Square for dinner. Both Craig &'Brian needed cash, so went to an ATM. It wasn't working properly. A helpful guy turned up, gave them a hand & next thing, both their cards are gobbled up. A minute later they realised it was a scam. Too late. By the time Brian got on to the Aussie helpline, his card had already been used 5 times! Craig wasn't sure if his had been used or not, but was cancelled anyway. Bugger, what a way to start your ...
Today we went on the most amazing tour of Johannesburg where we went to Sowento which is the largest township in Johannesburg, the Apartheid Museum, Nelson Mandalas and Desmond Tutu's houses, Constitution hill, and the tallest building in Johannesburg which gives an amazing view of the whole area. We were picked up by our tour guide Lebo at 830am where we went on to pick up a few other people before our tour began. Lebo enjoyed blaring the music when he wasn't ...