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... came and got the boy and, as he was walked around the field for a TV interview, was given a standing ovation by the stadium, his bows and waves showing his great elation. Hugo and Gareth disappeared for most of the game down to the hill and Ridgey returned without his phone, the third time he has lost it whilst away, and unfortunately it was third time unlucky, with the phone yet to be returned.
As the second game came to a close, we were forced ...
... on South African airlines where they served a large meal which was
one of the best airline food we have had. We had a free airport transfer to the
Aviator hotel where we were spending the night before our continuing flight to
Mauritius. It was great to finally have a night in a room and eat a meal at a
restaurant. We had a very lazy afternoon and a chance to have a good rest.
... from many different
industries. I knew immediately that I was with a special group of people who I
just met, but felt like old friends. We wrapped things up and transferred to
our VERY nice hotel in an area of the city called Melrose Arch. We all met at
the bar for a few more drinks and some great laughs then called it a night as
we had a full agenda starting early the next morning.
On Wednesday morning we woke up, ate breakfast and headed out to The ...
... now she is talking my wavelength. However it would just be me not Graeme. Could I ? Doors closed, the seat I front of Graeme was free, the air hostess approached the woman next to him and she moved up a row. No upgrade for me then. Long flight, 11 hours, half way through the night a couple of Dutch people were stood up talking loudly. Couldn't sleep, got up, told them off in a grumpy ...
... during a high school student protest. He was in the wrong place at the wrong time and was captured on film which brought the world's attention to the plight of the South Africans under the rule of Apartheid. The museum recounts the events of those June days, the struggle under Apartheid but also educates people so that we can move forward and learn from our past. A must visit while in Jo'burg in my ...