Riverbend Country House
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... our tour guide, took us to see some of the highlights of this large South African city, and taught us a few things along the way. Mark was an interesting guide, as a white man in his late 50's or early 60's, he's seen a lot of change in his country, and seems happy about the fundamental change of apartheid. But he had to serve in the military during the riots of the 1970's, and has seen his fair share of strife on both sides.
Joburg was initially a ...
... br> Jay, the going to be husband of Rashita was taking care of to major important things.
Music and firecrackers. We were the food team.
We danced, the locals say the Mzungu is not a bad dancer J to the rhythm of 70s and 80s music.
The first day of the new year started like it should be, a cloudless sky and lovely temperature. I had one goal for this day; finish the book I borrowed from Brenda Howett. The elephant ...
... before going to the middle and lower areas ... There is something i feel a bit strange when you see a satellite dish on a tin shed! It was very heartening though to see how much has happened in the city (4 million people!) how much more vibrant and cared for it is as well as all the facilitates that are now available. Also visited a couple of museum ...
... the way to the hostel he pointed out all the local points of interest and gave me some background on each. I was just glad to see some sunshine!
At the hostel I bought a South African adaptor when I checked in. It was only later I saw in the TV room there were lots of adaptors already for guest use. At least I can use it in Kruger I thought!
I'd had a rushed / stressed day so I decided to just rest and relax in the evening.
... Victoria airport at about the same time...and he is right as we witness how crowded the tiny airport is. With Thompson's help we do manage to get checked in and as we go through security we say good-bye to Thompson and thank him for all the care he has taken to ensure a very smooth and exciting trip.
We fly British Air to Johannesburg and then go through passport and customs and then check in with South African Air for the flight to Dulles. We ...