TravelPod Member ReviewsSUN1 Benoni
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... since 2004 and before that was Co-CEO of Virgin Mobile in Australia,
she has worked on five continents and has traveled all over the world. Jean is
a very warm and endearing person who is easy to talk to and get to know, I
really enjoyed talking with and meeting her. The flight was long (15 hours) and
uneventful. When we landed in Jo’Burg, Jean and I went through customs without
any issues and were greeted by our security detail and driver. We were taken ...
... that came to South Africa. We received quite the tour from a local professor who specializes in controversial monuments. Despite all the controversy, the view from the top of the monument was spectacular! We also were given a brief tour of Freedom Park, a memorial for pretty much all of South African history. We arrived in Windhoek, Namibia today and the house is awesome. This upcoming week will be busy as we explore the city.
Thinking of you all! Much love.
... it had got freezing, and the mist had moved in. The guide had given us blankets, which the boys had at first refused, but we told them to just sit on them. Well, by the time we had finished with the lions, they were so cold they were wrapped up fully in them! We didn't see many more animals, as it was a bit cold. Saw some hippos, zebra, impala etc. We had the choice to go back and drive through the park ourselves, but ...
South Africa is one of the wealthiest African countries toward the southern tip of the African continent. South Africa is about the size of Peru. The humidity is very low there. The familes in South Africa are very close. In almost every household they have the extended family living in their homes. Most of the caucasion's that live in South Africa have ...
So I arrived in Johannesburg, South Africa, on Monday evening. One of the other volunteers from Malawi, Callum, was on the same flight from Lilongwe so that was pretty cool to have a mate on the plane. When I came through arrivals I immediately saw Sian, a friend of Mum's from back in our London days. She had been there for an hour because she didn't want to miss me come through, bless her. She looks exactly the same as the last time I saw ...