Villa Via - Midrand
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We keep waking up at 4am.... Our bodies are a little confused and still trying to get into the swing of things. It's Craig's 45th birthday today and we celebrate with phone calls home, and beautiful birthday cards and messages from all our family and friends. It's amazing how easy it is to pick up the phone and dial a few numbers to connect with our loved ones. It's a wonder we don't do it more often. We decided to have a relaxing morning, sorting out photos from yesterday's ...
... counter, security and immigration went very quickly, leaving us two hours wait for the jet. If you ever fly out of Blantyre, you do not need 3 hours, 1 and 1/2 or 2 hours is more than enough.
It will be good to be back in South Africa for a couple days rest. I wasn't sure if I would need a day or two more to finish details of our projects in Africa so I gave us a couple extra days for the return flight when booking. ...
... your luggage. WAH-WAH. An Airbus full of 500 passengers. A fair amount missed connecting flights. We waited 3 hours to get food vouchers, accommodation vouchers and our tickets for tomorrow. Even the missionaries were surly. But what are you going to do? You sit in the hotel lobby at City Lodge Joburg and you blog. (Or if you are Matt, you take a nap). We are hoping things go smoothly tomorrow. We will now only have 1 night in Livingstone and want to get to ...
... of our tickets, ZAR 25 for a student). Our guide was a young girl, probably a law student. She was very informative. During the tour she took us to two sections – Number Four and Constitutional Court.
The Constitution Hill is a national heritage site that has witnessed over a century of South Africa’s history. From rebellious Boer soldiers who fought with the British soldiers at the turn of the century, the youth caught up in the Soweto Uprising, to the ...
We woke early this morning to make the 7:30am COPT meeting. It was great to be there as it is rare for Glenn and I to be able to be there in person as most of the time we email our information thru but this morning we were able to there in person to give our update on our projects on Margate. The renovations, my new school teaching and PE and the fact that Bongi and Oksana both had asked to start ...