- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... two former Nobel Peace Prize winners have lived. A short hop away we saw the Hector Pieterson Museum - a poor boy that was shot during protests on June 16, 1963 over the enforcement of specific classes in schools being taught in Afrikaans rather than English that disadvantaged the black population in exams as opposed to the white minority most of whom spoke Afrikaans - which is probably one of the world's uglier languages and involves a lot of spit flying around the ...
... MAC products being cheapppppp! New purple lipstick and brush for me... And some stuff for mum :) Then we bought a couple presents, more stuff for ourselves and we managed to maneuver the self serve ticketing system at the cinemas; but first it was dinner time again in Nelson Mandela Square but this time at Trumps.. A steakhouse. Now the food was good... But as always my eyes were too big for my stomach and I did something for the first time ever in my adult life that ...
... that was just released last month. If it was the end of my trip, I may have picked up some stuff. At 4:00 I walked through a lightening storm back to Eetu's, then passed out yet again. He got home at 5:00, I slept till 6:30. We then caught a cab and headed out to a place called Melrose Square. This is a very nice area, a few blocks of new buildings, cool designs, and open air restaurants. I ...
... city with pretty much everything we have in big cities at home - I wasn't sure I liked this! Still we were only there for one night. We got a free airport transfer to our lodge for the night which was empty and a bit dingy but we were shattered from our hectic schedule in Zambia so we just ate and slept. We woke up at 5am the next morning as we were going to be picked up at 6 for our 4 day Kruger park tour which we were incredibly excited about as the itinerary ...
... brunch, eating Wakkaberry softice, visiting bank, getting sim card for my phone at the MTN telecom shop, which by-the-way had to close permanently after an armed hold up just a couple of days after I'd got my sim there, it apparently happens all the time and mostly in brought daylight often around 10am, they lock who ever is in the store at the time in the backroom and steel money and everything. And the security guards in front ...