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hop over to this web-site We decided to visit South Africa and took the Delta nonstop flight from Hartsfield Jackson to O.R Tombo International in Johannesburg South Africa.  While settling down I was thinking that this is the longest nonstop flight I have ever experienced and decided to do a little research.  (The second place for longest flight is Delta’s route from Johannesburg to Atlanta and due to wind currents, it spends about 90 minutes longer in the sky than the Quantas flight with the longest nonstop route.  At just 5 minutes shy of 17 hours, this is the longest scheduled duration of any flight in the world currently) Thanks Google. So apparently I would be getting back on the longest scheduled commercial flight, I should have done my research on my return . The flight to Johannesburg was quite smooth, and very comfortable.  When travelling such long distance, if you can’t buy a business class ticket I would definitely recommend an economy comfort seat. Your body will appreciate the extra leg room to wiggle around and sleep comfortably.  Drink lots of water and stretch every 30 minutes or so, this will definitely make you more comfortable and have the blood circulating as it should.   After flying for 15 hours, we landed safely in Johannesburg, and though we were a little exhausted but ready to explore.  Passport control and customs was a breeze.  I was quite impressed with the human thermal sensor to detect any heat or fever in your body.  The landing form is a health questionnaire so they are very concerned about the health of everyone visiting South Africa.   It was truly a breeze getting out to the car rental area.  If you plan on renting a car and you are not comfortable with a manual transmission, you need to request automatic as almost   75% of the rental cars are manual transmissions.   Once we got were comfortable with directions to Eurporime, our home for the next 5 days, we set out on our adventure.  After a 15 hour flight the very first thing you would want to do is jump in a shower, a nice warm shower. Europrime provided a splendid shower.

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https://www.cedarforestloghomes.com/enupikos/8775 After that was completed, you then realized that you are famished.  The closest place for food was the East Rand Mall in Boksburg.  East Rand Mall gave us two reasons to visit. (1) to check out the shopping and (2) to find some good African food.  We found out that everyone, regardless of nationality loves a good bargain as the mall was rather busy.   We settled for the  Ocean Basket in the mall.  Ocean Basket served seafood and the place was bustling.  Optimistically that meant the food was good.  The two storey restaurant was quite busy on a Friday night and everyone was just so pleasant.  We ordered the seafood platter for two with a side of butter squash and creamed spinach. With a wonderful selection of South African wine, the meal was definitely tastier and exactly what was needed.  Our first day was definitely a good start to our South Africa trip!!!

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Good Food

 

On our second day we continued the trip with a visit to Soweto, former home of Nelson Mandela and visited the Mandela House museum.

Mandela House

Mandela House

 

We also stopped by the Soweto Theatre. We indulged in some shopping, enjoyed a nice dinner with really good wine and visited some more in Soweto.   A visit to Kruger National Park was a must on the list as you cannot visit South Africa and not enjoy a safari.  Two full days in the Safari was good enough for us but you can spend so much time there watching the animals in their natural habitat. What a wonderful experience, definitely something to add to your bucket list.

Kruger National Park

Kruger National Park

 

 

We started our Sunday worshiping at the Cathedral Church of St Dunstan in Benoni.  Definitely a heartwarming service with The Reverend Phill Laurings and his congregation.  The service was lively fun and very educational.  We left feeling a bit more empowered than when we had arrive and this is always a good thing.   Our fifth and final day we spent in Pretoria and did some sightseeing. Unquestionably a beautiful city.  We saw the site of the Presidential offices, beautiful terrace gardens and the most amazing view of the city.  We watched the sunset and was just astonished by its beauty. Certainly a Kodak moment for your memory as no camera can replicate this awesome sight.

Union Building grounds

Union Building grounds

 

This is a must on your visit to South Africa. On our way to the airport we visited the home of the late Nelson Mandela in Houghton as this ended our quick trip to South Africa.  This was an amazing and undeniably once in a lifetime.

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