Mandolino Lodge & Restaurant
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... now in a state of an Electrical Emergency. This meant the introduction of 'Load Sharing,' which is basically the equal sharing of what power there now is. To put it simply, a schedule is created and, at certain specified times, neighbourhoods will experience power outages, where their power is switched off, purely to lesson the strain on the already strained Joburg electrical system. This is the first time this has happened since 2008, so I really picked a great ...
... on topics from HIV, to worms (ones possibly in your body...ew), thrush and earthquakes....really anything they want to know about..! We are both still enjoying our travel times together, many a laugh has happened. Crazy bartering (George scares me with her ruthlessness...), getting chased by monkeys, meeting so many new people everywhere, games that include George 'proposing' to a random guy filling up petrol, getting our own apparently serious marriage proposals, and me feeling like ...
... grab where you are attacked in your car when you are caught in city traffic. We drove past Nelson Mandela's home where he died and the very rich and exclusive houses in that suburb. We then went to the Apartheid Museum which is very impressive from the time you enter. Your entry ticket has on the back your classification as either white or non-white and you therefore enter the museum through a segregated entrance. We spent 2 ½ hours here because it was so jam packed with information. ...
... delicious refreshments set up and we mingled
with crowd and made some informal introductions. Around 10am Gaiven, the Exec
Director gave us a warm welcome, made some introductions and then the fun
started. Six local capitalists got a chance to pitch their businesses to the
crowd in “A Minute to Spin it”, a 60 second sales pitch to the Connection Trip
guests and receive our comments and feedback. It was AWESOME! There were many
different companies ...
... a herd of about 30 elephant, including several babies - one still suckling.
After 2 fantastic days of game viewing it was off to Port Elizabeth for our flight to Johannesburg where we spent the night in a lovely guest house with the most friendly staff you could wish for.
Off to Kruger tomorrow.