Southern Sun O.R Tambo International Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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... to the museum and was accosted by old boy volunteer who asked to give us a guided tour. We declined, but after his pleading we relented and agreed he could give us an introduction. He went on for ages and we were glad we didn't agree to a whole tour, however every so often he would pop out of now where and give us an anecdote about some memerobilia we were looking at. The museum was historically very interesting and there was a lot relating ...
... of a 12-seater and a smaller 4-seater for a group of 16. These trips for us were all on time, flown by young, cheerful pilots, and saved lots of time. They generally lasted from one to two hours. The trip leader asked for volunteers for the smaller plane, but also tried to rotate seating in the big versus small planes, so everyone could get both types of flights. For those subject to motion sickness, use of Dramamine ahead of time and taking a morning rather than ...
... a bronze leopard as well as 2 bracelets, one for each other. I have a cheetah patterned one and aunty Jo has a zebra. I had a hard time choosing something so I almost didn't buy anything until I came across a book on game drives. It is very informative and has pictures of every animal I will hopefully see and information about them. It is so cool! I can honestly say money well spent. We went on our afternoon game drive and started of by seeing a bushbuck. We ...
... for the anklets (which would have been cool) but we were standing around for a while and saw them doing some dances. I guess this only happens maybe once every 6 months, so we were lucky to be around when it was happening.
After that our guide was looking for a home we could go into to talk to the people. We ended up in a living room with about 6 men sitting around drinking and watching soccer. They were all pretty ...
... my eyes were really puffy, almost swollen shut. By the next morning, my eyes were pretty normal looking. I went to work the next day, and even drove to the clinic for our postoperative check up at 11 am that day. Hein confirmed that the operation had gone well. Of, course I could read the eye chart across the room with naked eye.
So that’s it. I require reading glasses, but otherwise see perfectly. I feel liberated. I can now get out of bed all by myself without my glasses. ...