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... again" we snapped a million pictures and then were on our way. Maybe three minutes later we came upon three giraffes grazing the tree tops. Our truck came to a halt and we spent several minutes observing these gentle giants. Both the zebras and giraffes we observed at no more than forty feet from our truck and I felt at this point if I saw nothing else this trip was worth it! Ten minutes later while driving along the banks of a small river we saw SEVEN elephants. ...
Kilimanjaro to Nairobi. Picked up at our hotel in Arusha at 3:00 am for a 6:00 am flight. Took about an hour to get to the airport. Arrival supposed to be 8:05 am in Nairobi which turned out to be 8:30 a.m. Rushed to get our next flight which was supposed to be boarding at 8:30 a.m. Made it through security. Then waited and waited and waited some more outside for a bus. Anyway finally on our flight to Johannesburg. We now have a very bored 2 year old on our hands (Kyle) if we ...
... on South African airlines where they served a large meal which was
one of the best airline food we have had. We had a free airport transfer to the
Aviator hotel where we were spending the night before our continuing flight to
Mauritius. It was great to finally have a night in a room and eat a meal at a
restaurant. We had a very lazy afternoon and a chance to have a good rest.
... supported by white residents who believed:
“The town [Johannesburg] was created by the white man, belongs to him and
to him alone. Natives are needed for unskilled work, but any in excess of the
number so needed are redundant and must be prevented or removed by the
authorities. They can be given no vote in the administration or in any
elections. The Natives are not capable of supporting white civilisation, and
... it is a semi-circular corridor that you follow around until your exit gate. I was familiar with the layout as when we landed we came through to this area (much like I had in Abu Dhabi) before leaving the airport. You only go through security checks when boarding the plane. Any liquids bought in the airport have to be properly sealed so they get through security. The faff of it all!
I had be advised that Kenya airport ...