InterContinental Johannesburg Sandton Towers
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- Drycleaning onsite
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... to experience school at Saints. Last time I have to pull out the 'Oh sorry I don't have a card. I am here on exchange' at lunch. Last time waiting on the stairs to walk into chapel. Last time chilling with Max's mates at lunch. All these things that have made my time at Saints what it was. I have enjoyed it so much more than I realised at the time, and yet at the time I was having such a good time. It is only when you look back on things that you see memories being created.
... treated to a dance. The final stop was the Hector Peterson museum. Hector Peterson was a 13 year old boy shot dead by police during the 1976 student uprising. The government of the day had declared blacks would use Afrikaans as the language of instruction in schools. This was a massive obstacle to the blacks getting an education. Students across Johannesburg gathered on June 16 in Soweto to march. Hector was the second student shot and the image of him being carried ...
... us a little about the city, and again reiterates how dangerous it is! How most of the hotels downtown are empty as people won't stay there, how shops don't survive as people don't want to shop there. It's sad. However, before the world cup games in 2010 the government tried to "clean it up" by reinforcing the police presence in the city. This has supposedly helped, but it is still not a place you feel safe in at all. Our Austrian friend told us of an incident where he ...
Left work at 18:00 and headed for terminal 5 to catch an overnight to Johannesburg. Met a work colleague Graeme after clearing security and headed for the bar. A few beers later, boarding commenced. We weren't sitting together so decided we would try and ask those next to us to move. We were at the back of the plane on a row of 2 each side. So asked the bloke sitting next to me if he would like ...
... rich in laughter, connection, fun and sometimes tears. It has been unbelievably special to spend time with the Roberts and Mahon families and to pick up where we left off.
Tuesday morning Fee and I popped into the trendy Davenport shops and then went for breakfast at the NSA gallery at Bulwer Park. South Africans are so creative and there was an array of beautiful handmade goods. It was delightful sitting under the ...