London: Where there is much life underground

Bame Piet (Right) with Natjil and Jerhard
Bame Piet (Right) with Natjil and Jerhard

Staff Writer BAME PIET travelled to Britain last week and shares the ‘London Beat’ and his experience of the city in which ‘the white people are a minority’

As if an 11-hour flight from Johannesburg to London was not enough, landing at Heathrow International Airport proved to be a tough exercise.

This is the world’s third busiest airport, according to rediff.com. For more than 30 minutes, we were hovering over London, until the captain announced, “Finally we are landing at Heathrow Airport.” 

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