Travel Blogs from Magaliesburg
The cave was the least touristy cave I've been in. There were not many lights inside, and we were being guided by our tour guides flashlight a lot of the time. We also had to get down on our knees and crawl through the some small tunnels. We did get to see an antelope fossil. The vertebrae were coming out of one of the rocks. And what I found the most interesting about the cave is that there is an underground lake ...
... pewnie jeszcze tam siedzial), ubikacje jak na naszych dworcach PKP ...
trzeba jednak przyznac, ze Kenya Airways bardzo dobrze karmila - choc zdazylem zapomniec ze podczas bookowania biletu zamowilem sobie sobie w ramach eksperymentu specjalny rodzaj posilku - muzulmanski (chcialem wpierw koszerny ale pomyslalem, ze jak somalijscy terrorysci wparza na poklad to wpierw zaczna rozstrzeliwac wlasnie takich gosci ;)) to przyniesli mi pierwszej kolejnosci wlasnie ...
... of Africa", the top floor of the Carlton building in downtown Joberg. We also witnessed a game of underwater hockey. I'm not joking. It's not really a spectator sport as I'm sure you can imagine.
They also taught us all sorts of "funny" South African words. Here is a sampling:
braii= grill, as in put the steak on the braii
... Hilary Swank, Ewan McGregor, Richard Gere and Christopher Ecclestone, it’s got to be good. You’d think. Presumably South African Airways agreed as they didn’t even bother to ensure that the film will have finished by the time the plane will have landed, naturally assuming that you’d need a lobotomy if you were still watching. Having endured both offerings, arriving at Joburg was a breeze, really.
... br> Most common bit: “I think I see that leopardcheetahlionosaurus.”
“No, my bad, that was just some grass.”
Kruger was grouse.
Next: Jo’Burg. Again.
Aside from eating heaps of biltong, nothing happened on the drive there, not even a mugging.
Jo’burg was still scary, but having locked everything of ...