- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Banquet room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... this country.
Many places have armed security guards which seem to come directly from movie sets. While traversing the countryside we are met by people waving and giving us a warm smile. At any time one is made to feel welcome. I think these are a very proud people as they dress well although they earn far less than their South African counterparts. We have met several security guards ...
... Planet to see what to do for our next leg to Mozambique. An expensive visa ($80 per person), plus we need 2 triangles, 2 reflective jackets, an SA sticker for the car, and who knows what else. If it's anything like Cameroon, it'll be made up on the spot. Looking forward to trying to get out of bribing the police when we don't have a word of Portugese between us. Or maybe I'm just too cynical these days....I guess this diary will tell us in a few ...
... have to rent a car and drive.
This brings us to another recently recurring theme - the availability (or otherwise) of automatic transmission rental cars outside the US. During our walking tour of Pretoria, we took time to stop at a couple of car rental agencies and luckily found one that was expecting a suitable vehicle back that night and would be ready to for us at 7:00 a.m. next morning. In the course of our conversation we mentioned to the affable young ...
... 2pm on Friday. The sky was grey and we were worried about getting caught in the rain. Little did we know the journey held worse encounters than rain. The first dilemma occurred in a little town called Carolina in Mpumalanga. A policewoman pulled Elissa over for apparently running a stop sign, which she didn't. She started trying to book Elissa for other things as well. After half an hour of Elissa arguing with her and refusing to bribe her ...
The hospital shut down with the mine in 2001 and was fairly well stripped by miners who hadn't been paid for a while. It's getting back on it's feet under the genial eye of a very experienced American doctor. There are a couple of reasonably well equipped rooms, but nowhere for inpatient care or surgery. Dr S is hoping to rejuvenate the X-ray department, which contrary to ...