Town Lodge Roodepoort
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Today was the start of Gauteng Champs for rowing, so the exchanges and Gareth, joined by Gareth's mate Mike, went to Gold Reef City, a theme park in Johannesburg. Theme parks not being my thing, I was interested to see just how this would turn out, especially the infamous Tower of Terror which Gareth had been talking up for so long. Compared to Australian theme parks, entry was cheap, although I didn't have my student card, but still ...
... on the same flight as us.
The flight was very short but they still served food which was quite yum, maybe because it was quite plain, just bread, beef and cheese with no sauce or I was hungry from the small breakfast but it hit the spot.
After the flight I said goodbye to my sister, she might have cried a bit which made ...
... two agriculture areas that we will drive through today, first is the High Veld (field?) and the other is the Low Veld. The High Veld is at an elevation of about 2,000 meters and is in the area north-east of Johannesburg. It is big for agriculture. They grow a lot of Maise(what they call corn) and soybeans and Speckled Sugars (what they call Cranberry beans that we grow) They export Maise to Ethiopia, Mexico and other parts of Africa. Their yeild for ...
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When you live in a place where when temperatures drop to 15 degrees in winter people (Sarah) start reaching for hot water bottles and woollens, (forgetting completely the winters of the place they where born) then the 5 degrees of a Joburg winter is slap in the face to the unprepared.
Each day has a crisp new start, with a rising warmth, like the finest of British Easter weather. ...
This afternoon Paul and I went to the botanical gardens for a quick visit. There wasn't anything interesting to see at the hide, so we walked around the garden. I spotted a tortoise and we watched it as it walked towards us and then through the grass. On our way out of the gardens we stopped in at the hide in case some birds had appeared. We sat here for a little while and watched a male Southern Yellow Masked Weaver hang from its nest and make some adjustments with its beak.