Mamelodi Sundowns president Patrice Motsepe is a very generous man. He flew 64 of the club's supporters to watch their team at the FIFA Club World Cup in Japan. Supporters Club managed caught up Basie Ntsweng, a Masandawana supporter who is in Japan, and she gave us a diary update.
"After a long flight of approximately 20 hours, we finally arrived in Osaka, Japan. A lot of different things were observed, as compared to our native country," she wrote.
"The city is very clean, and their population is very high.
"The community is very respectful of traffic laws. They don't jump the robots when closed.
"There are vending machines on every corner.
"The train system is exceptional, every five minutes a train passes. Another popular form of transport is bicycles, which are used by most people here.
"They are by far amongst the best dressers in the world. Hail the Japanese!
"Their toilet system is electronic.
"Their taxis are exclusives
"They have the lockers all around the train stations, and all of them are electrified.
"They have parking where people hire bicycles from.
"The cherry on top was the lunch with the president before going to the stadium.
"Japan is a must-visit country, a stylish, clean and crime-free zone."
What do you make of Sundowns' supporters stay in Japan?