Southern Sun O.R Tambo International Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Banquet room
- Babysitting service
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... hour for the next shuttle if he had not held this one for us. We rode the shuttle about 15 minutes to the Protea OR Tambo hotel. After approximately 24 hours of travel we finally had reached our first destination (of many). The hotel was very nice and had a warehouse theme. We checked in and got our luggage to the room. Despite how tired we were from traveling, we decided to poke around the hotel and get a quick dinner at ...
The hotel we are staying at in Johannesburg is beautiful and lovely. The boys have made friends with Donovan, the head of concierge and have great conversations together. Jake had his first win on the pokies and won 500 rand......he is grinning fro ear to ear. None believes he is only 19 and keep telling him he is so tall from eating too much ...
... gets into your clothes. They lay eggs on your wet laundry and when you put the clothes on after they have dried, the warmth of your body hatches the eggs and the larvae bore into your skin. He says you get these lovely itchy bands of red pustules around your upper thighs, waist and other nether regions as the flies particularly like laying their eggs in the waists and leg bands of underwear and in the straps of bras. He said you have to iron your clothes to kill ...
Good start to the morning, we woke up at 5 and we out the door and at breaky by 5:15. We said good morning to the lovely couple (Italian) and had a great morning surprise with a baboon stealing an apple and a little visit from our friend the warthog. We headed to the car for our mornings drive and joining us again were the same people. Aunty Jo made a friend Helen. We saw impalas, coodoo, ngalas, water beasts, baboons, warthogs, zebras and two giraffes. We also saw ...
... those passengers continuing onward to Johannesburg were prohibited from stepping off the plane - but that won't stop us from making use of a little loophole in international backpacker laws, and claiming that we have been to Senegal.
Another eight and a half hours after refueling, we finally made it to our final destination for the night. Of course, such a ****** day of travel couldn't end with us ...