Southern Sun O.R Tambo International Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
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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 ...
I must say to this point things had gone swimmingly. We spent Monday at a leisurely pace, Jaden had slept at his friend Ryans house and then spent the day with him at school (Thanks to May for looking after him). I had had some meetings and Abs had spent the day doing admin and seeing the doctor about his funny knee. The idea was to go to Sam for an early dinner and then off to the airport at ...
... 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 ...
... travels and sightseeing included Napa Valley, Sausalito, Santa Cruz, Golden Gate Bridge, Muir Woods, numerous porchetta sandwiches at Ferry Building, 4 naked men in the Castro and a weekend to Vegas, just to name a few. The last month was then spent touring down the west coast (San Diego to Santa Barbara to LA), then meeting up with Kel, the Jouberts and the Mays for a week of skiing in the Colorado Rockies, ...
... the real people that were affected by the apartheid regime. They were shedding tears from their experience. They extended their solidarity to us, the audience, in a way I've never felt before. I was in that jail cell, I was walking down that street, I was at the secret meeting. All this from words. Simple words.