Monday, August 4, 2014

My Samsonite S'Cure on its maiden voyage



My BRAND NEW Samsonite S'Cure 69cm suitcase,
during the Gautrain ride to ORT from Sandton.
The suitcase proved very easy to maneuver and
the colour attracted the attention of other passengers


 A ground-breaking polypropylene mix called Flowlite
 is at the bottom of Samsonite’s light and durable suitcase


Since a piece of luggage went missing on a local flight,
I ALWAYS check the tag...


My final destination


A glorious Highveld day at the Airport
And a revamped building awaited...
To see more of the "new" airport, check out this link:
http://www.davidbatzofin.com/2014/08/the-only-way-to-travel-to-kruger.html


At most airports passengers wait at the carousel with "that look",
hoping that their luggage will eventually come into view.
Not so at SZK...my luggage was waiting for me.


The suitcase arrives at Hamiltons Tented Camp...
I somehow think that it will NEVER look like the cases it is standing next to.


Off to my tent...
Ronnie helps out


A three-point lock accepted by the TSA.
And the easiest combination I have ever used...


Waiting to be unpacked.
Notice the side clip locks...
No zip on this miracle of suitcase technology.


Did I actually unpack...
NO...it was easier to use the case as storage.
.  It is packed with practical features - a fully lined divider in the top,
 lowered cross ribbons with a large pocket in the bottom,
 double wheels for maneuverability 
and double aluminium wheel handle and 
Visit www.samsonite.co.za or follow @Samsonite_SA.


I flew to and from Skukuza Airport with Airlink.
www.flyairlink.co.za


All images were taken during my recent visit to Hamiltons Tented Camp.
To find out more, visit:
www.hamiltonstentedcamp.co.za


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