Valley Lodge & Spa
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... her job and is proud of the history and its role strengthening the local economy. JSE is "big enough to matter, small enough to care". I am impressed by her knowledge and presentation skills.
Next, we are surprised with a consumer field study. First we have to locate our businesses on foot then collect information on each location to report back to the group via a quick coffee presentation. This was a great assignment and I had a lot of ...
... drive all this way to be on the beach, you may ask yourself? Well, Tofo is a place where you swim with resident whale-sharks! While we wait for the right weather conditions, the kids do their homework and play on the beach. The conditions are poor the next couple of days and we wait and relax. On the third day, the sun is shining, the wind is minimal and the sea is not too bad, conditions which are good enough. Getting on the boat from the beach is an art called “The ...
... directions, ask how to get to the food court, but whoever you ask is likely to want to become your newest best friend for life. Once you arrive upstairs, there is a corridor in the center of the food court. A sign overhead says "ATM" and "Wi-Fi Hotspot" with an arrow pointing straight ahead. At the end of that corridor is a bank of 4 ATMs from several South African banks. If one doesn't like your card or is out of service, another probably will work just fine. ...
... they don't have a car.
There is construction at the airport, so possibly in the future it will be bigger and nicer. Right now, it is cramped and dated. We said goodbye to our bags, wondering if we would ever see them again. We had heard lots of stories about tampering and pilfering at both Nairobi and Johannesburg airports.
On to Part 2 of our African holiday.
... but it also made me realize that I'm really not in "real" Africa right now.
After Maropeng we drove to the Sterkfontein Cave. They only have tours on the hour, so we had to wait 45 minutes for our tour to begin. The Sterkfontein Cave is where they found "Little Foot" and "Mrs. Ples" which are two of the most famous Australopithecus africanus. Mrs. Ples is completely excavated and when we were on top of the cave we saw ...