Sunnyside Park Hotel
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... not yet finished with us, and about 200 kms out of Pretoria the traffic began to get heavier and heavier (according to one of the South African's travelling with us, today was the last day of school holidays). We were slowed to a crawl with stop and go traffic preceding the numerous (or at least the 3 or 4 seemed like many) toll booths we had to pass. The miscreant like behavior witnessed at the border crossing continues on the highway with multitudes of drivers ...
... had a personality similar to her. We joked that on the next trip we would switch daughters. Well before boarding they sent someone to help us and brought us to a lift that is an enclosed space with seats facing each other. They then drive this up to the back of the plane and you board. It wasn’t bad and it avoided going on a bus.
The flight was uneventful. When we got back to Jo-burg our room had feather pillows so we had to wait for them to re-do ...
... where the dogs (Poodles) jumped and crawled through obstacles, but about three quarters of the way through, the biggest poodle started chasing the smaller ones. They then aborted that performance and ushered the poodles backstage. I thoroughly enjoyed the circus and I feel quite keen to go again. We then went back to the hotel and went to bed. The circus was nice and they even had a Mongolian act, I greatly enjoyed ...
... fine. Don't need a visa for South Africa so easiest part of the arrival was at immigration. Once through and all checked in, I wandered around the airport which, whilst not as big as Sydney, is quite expansive and very easy to navigate around. Should have changed cash over prior to going thru security for my domestic flight...as as I sit here writing this I could do with a coffee. (Adding to this ...
... signs today, including "No Guns Allowed" and "Seat-belt Question mark?" We also discovered that you are not advised to drive a car whilst naked and also that Johannesburg is home to the SECOND best bookshop in the entire Southern hemisphere, what a shocker!
A solid evening of SWOT analysis for Southern Africa and our plans for our next 8 weeks of what we can bring to the region. Now for some drinking games!
Declan 6th July 2012