Raphael Penthouse Suites
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... studying at home is more effective and thus take days off school, as Max did on Wednesday and, in leaving early the next day, also did on Thursday. With this in mind, the school was relatively empty on my final Friday. It became abundantly clear why many people stay away, with relatively nothing achieved in class for the entire day, a very different feeling to how I feel the day before exams. It is a completely different feeling when you realise that this is the last time you are ...
This was a clean and very efficient airport. What is that smell? CIGARETTES! Uuggh... Oh how I don't miss that smell. My throat is a bit scratchy but I am hopeful that it won't be too bad.
The Tour Guide
We are greeted by a happy woman named Lindsey Kann. She will be our tour guide. She has a very pleasant personality and says things like "super duper" and "I am going to love ...
My Dad (hi Dad!) has a house on Hartbeespoort Dam which is in the Magaliesburg mountains, about an hour outside of Johannesburg. Ad has been there a few times and really enjoyed it. This time we were planning to stay for 3 weeks, the first with some of my family and the next two with a group of our friends. We arrived in the middle of the day after a seriously long and boring wait at Nairobi airport. We are flying Kenya Airways because it was cheap. You can see ...
... Apartheid government. After exploring the massive prison grounds, we were admitted into the distinctively constructed Constitutional Court. This court is the highest of the South African courts. Every single part of this magnificent place is symbolically significant. There is even a beautiful South African flag constructed completely out of beads by Zulu women.
After this outstanding afternoon, we returned ...
... closed roads due to cycle events.
We arrived at the turn off to the park, road closed. I jumped out of the car and spoke to a marshall who tried to explain how to get round the race, it was difficult, so jumped into the car and used the sat nav and general sense of direction to get there.
Finally arrived and got tickets for self drive, it was feeding time in the lion area soon so we drove straight into where they were. Shortly a pick up arrived and legs of gazelles ...