Saxon Hotel, Villas And Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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9/2 - I'm not sure about this date because at this point we've been traveling for 19 or so hours and with the time difference I have no idea what the date is. Close enough. First off, Larry just reminded me that to get to this point it is the first time we have flown over Russia and Iran ( they actually made an announcement about this on the plane …
... at a time during brief awakenings).
A hearty breakfast, and an understandably little later than anticipated start, and it was time to 'rock and roll.' At least as far as the first toll booth, and about a half hour into our five hour drive to Johannesberg, when Amy decided it was time for another dose of karma. She abruptly stalled out again, clearly the same problem as yesterday, which had seemingly only temporarily been resolved by the mechanic. ...
... the Brazilian couple. We saw eight giraffes, herds of impala and a tiny (antelope) style animal. The airport is beautiful and reasonably quiet of course.
It was a quick flight back to Jo'burg - our third time in this airport this trip - and more to come. Thankfully this time, and for the first time, someone was waiting with our name on a sheet of paper. Justice quickly got us to the Protea Hotel ...
My journey is coming to an end. I can't believe that I have been away from home for six weeks, how did it go by so fast? David feels we're in South Africa let's do something every day. I totally agree, I can rest and sleep when I get home.
This morning we repacked our suitcases, one small suitcase had all my treasures. The reason for this is when you purchase some items they give you a ...
... on the work in the French-language region with a sermon message at the end. Although the church members in South Africa live in Africa, their lives are very different from the way people live in “sub-Saharan” Africa, what used to be called “Black Africa” though that term no longer holds since there isn’t really a “White Africa” any more in the sense of white government.
South Africa certainly has major problems: it seems to me ...