Courtyard Hotel Sandton
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... else. This 3km + loop was really good as I got to experience the entire Saints. I did the loop twice, and my calves were hurting for days after. I was amazed at how quickly one's exemplary form can disintegrate.
Travelling to the local Spar one night, and I see a stall outside selling football jerseys. Despite the R700 price tag, just like in the shops, these jerseys were, on enquiry, only 100R, thats $10. Although not in my size, I was able to place an order in my ...
... for an another noon nap. In the evening we went out for a couple of beers but did not eat as we were still stuffed from earlier. We were in bed by 10.30pm. Day 87: Still awake at silly o clock, after a quick shower and breakfast, we were again collected by Enoch the Nampack driver! who took us to a doctor that the company use to get our medical checks done for our visa application! and then to the hospital for a chest X-ray for TB. It was all very ...
... actually more like South Coast Shopping Center in Newport Beach on steroids..." Mandela Square was there as well and it was like a piazza/plaza in Italy with outdoor restaurants all around. We were there almost daily with our phone problems.
It was a long day so we didn't do much other than minimal shopping, checking in to our cottage at the Summerview Guest House which looked like a plantation in Bryanston. ...
... with most of the rest of our group and we became 9 of the 11. Glen was there earlier in the week for business and his business partner and wife met up with us for dinner and it was interesting to get the local perspective. The remaining two were flying into Johannesburg the following morning and would meet us on our flight up towards the game parks.
As I mentioned above, we were not in Johannesburg very long ...
Further south we headed, now with all the leg room in the world. It was strange that the truck was so empty, with only Anna, her parents, Amie and I on board. It was a big change from the days in Rwanda where we got up to 26 passengers with all their gear and enough food for 3 days.
Our destination was Cape Agulhas, the most southern tip of Africa. This is where the cold waters from the Atlantic and the warmer waters of the Indian collide ...