Town Lodge Airport Johannesburg
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... Ride was bumpy most the way with 40 kts wind out the west north west which churned things up over the desert. We Landed at RWY 29 at Rand where you can see the retired SA Airways 747/200 among others parked , they must have beeb pretty light to be flown in on this 5400 ft long strip. Here you park your Airplane right in Front of the Dakota Lodge and can have Dinner at the famous Rand Airport Restaurant... all very ...
... children sit in small plastic chairs watching TV. Two young women lie on a bed staring at the visitors in the halflight. Its a startling image but there's a limit to what you can take a photo of and two young women lying on a bed together is likely to get me arrested.
Constructed of a wooden frame clad in corrugated iron sheets. Plenty of holes in the roof and the sides allowing daylight to seep through and improve the ambient light. Electric wires dangle loose to ...
... out under the huge riverside trees took a LONG time because of so mant distractions.. There were little spotted bushbuck walking between me and the river – and another, a big ram on the opposite side wanting to drink with a 3m crock snoozing on the sand bank. Then I would see a coloured jewel which through the bins turned out to be a white fronted bee-eater, or a roller; and that strange call – what was That! A grey headed bush shrike, or, at night ...
Today we are leaving Durban to drive to Johannesburg airport then at 10pm we fly to Perth, Australia.
I headed down to the Hilton hotel to pick up the hire car. The price of flights because it was a Friday were ridiculous so we priced up a car and found a really cheap one with no one way fee for dropping it off in Johannesburg after picking it up in Durban.
Once I got the car and headed back to the house we still had ...
... already shows that the UDHR is not necessarily universal. That could potentially explain some backlash from certain societies; however, I am still skeptical of this reasoning since most of the time it is the ruler that violates human rights in order to benefit him or herself and not because of some cultural stigma.
Another "Western" concept is the idea of rights solely being individual. Especially in ...