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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... restaurant, and then headed into the mall area to check out the shops (it was research...). I bought a sundress at a boutique called Urban Zulu that incorporated traditional African influences on its modern designs. We gave each person an individual little gift bag filled with South African treats from Clicks (it's like their version of CVS) and a thank-you card printed in Afrikaans that ...
... if she did allow me to board I
could get to South Africa and they might just immediately send me back anyway. I
was shocked….I felt almost like crying, quite devastated. I went from the
highest high to the lowest low in about 2.8 seconds. I was so looking forward
to this trip and had a considerable investment in making it, both emotionally
and financially. The nice women at the airline gave me the address to the
passport office in DC and said to go there ...
... be the first in the dining car. And I queue jumped. Shock. Horror. I'm going in first even though they were first in the queue. As I step forward to give me more space. They step forward. With their mugs of hot water. As it's the last night can afford to fall out with people now. No. More. Mr. Nice. Guy. My time has come.
Shout at the Chinese. Can do shouting when I want. Can't I little sister?!
Mr Chinese is told to sit down. Mrs Chinese is told to sit ...
... most of the way to our final stop in Johannesburg. Still not feeling well later that evening, I went to bed early hoping to feel better for my long 21 hour flight home tomorrow. After a good nights rest, I felt much better and said goodbyes as taxis arrived all morning to take the other members of my group to their departing flights home. As I sat in the waiting room by myself I had some time to reflect on my great African adventure. I stared at a large map of Africa on the ...
... is heads turning to reconfirm the presence of the white girl. I feel eyes lock on me as we pass. An alien, very white (and becoming whiter) face in a tight community. The UAE's very mixed and colourful society seems a world away now and i cant help but notice i haven't seen another white face in the last hour of driving. I don't want to car journey to end, feeling the safety of the confinement around me. Tshifh gives me a detoured guide through a little of Soweto before we pull up ...