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... African airline desk redirected us to the Ethiad desk, as we had booked the flights with them, the assistant was very helpful, she arranged for us to get the first flight in the morning and arranged a room at the transfer hotel and vouchers for dinner and breakfast. Well done Ethiad airlines. We booked into our room, which was lovely, a big room with a big comfy bed, and a large bathroom. Next we walked to the restaurant, we enjoyed our meal and returned to our room to shower and ...
... wetlands. Well worth the drive the bay was again very wild huge rollers coming in again warning about swimming. The sand dunes are enormous covered in vegetation a real jewel of a place. Had a very good meal again back to digs played Rumminkub then bed. Checked out of Lakeview and set off to Ladysmith about a 4/5 hour drive. The road was very scenic traveling through the Drakensbergs, lots of forests and commercial saw mills. Passed through lots of small towns with lots of ...
... 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. ...
... absolute sense. It will take a long time for South Africa to recover from the "national scar," as Chris called it, of the Apartheid. From what I can tell, based on the people we met during our travels, South Africans are resilient people who have struggled through generations of painful situations, and yet there is still an underlying sense of hope, as they continue to heal from this horrific "scar." ...
... a guard). I refused to move further from that place and Gonzalo was too tired to protest. We slept in our car for a few hours and at about 8.15 we returned to the hostel to check in.
We had a quick shower, got ready and headed to the most important site of our visit in Johannesburg - Apartheid Museum. On the way there we stopped in Debonairs Pizza to have brunch (our favorite and probably last Triple Decker).
In order to get in the Apartheid Museum we had ...