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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... innovative company and the speaker was very passionate about what they do. The laws seems less strict than the USA regarding monitoring of employees' activities online which was very disturbing. I'll keep that in the back of my head when I return to the USA.
We went back to the hotel and then decided that we would eat at a Thai restaurant. Excellent food. This was the second time that I was in Mandela's square.
... writing all over the walls and business cards etc from people that have been there before, and we found wyke 2012 on the wall from when they went, so we wrote 2014 under it then started a new bit on the toilet door with all of our names on, such a cute little idea!! Omg dave crashed into a tree earlier so his van has a big dent in it, mark doesnt know yet oops! Just took us ages to get out the car park cos mark had to tip they guy ...
... and were just waiting for us to give them a stroke. So we did! They were more than happy to lay there whilst having a belly stroke and we managed to avoid any of the playful swipes from getting us! After playing with the cubs, we walked around taking a look at the meerkats, hyenas and servals. The giraffe had also made another appearance over by the purpose built feeding station. We bought some food for him, climbed onto the wooden structure so we were ...
... 5.17 the highway hits us.....apparently a truck had overturned and the traffic was going nowhere. I decided the best route to follow would be to check in online but the only phone that had a good connection while we were driving was Jasons. Turns out Jason is extremely popular, so each time I got to a critical point in the check in process someone called ...... I had to then explain to ...
I slept very badly because I was sharing a bed with Wouter, who does nothing but toss and turn all night, while I am a light sleeper. We were woken up at 8am (a luxury compared to the previous morning) and we had breakfast together at the hotel. Then we were picked up by our driver for a tour of Johannesburg.
We started off by going to Soweto (SOuth WEstern TOwnship). It is a huge township with between 2 and 4 million people. Soweto mainly ...