Natanja Guest House

150 Alethea Street, Lyttelton, Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa | B&B
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This B&B, located on 150 Alethea Street, Lyttelton, Pretoria, is near Claude V. Malan Museum and Mineral Resort.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNatanja Guest House Pretoria

Reviewed by harrybuseman

nice guesthouse

Reviewed Sep 23, 2012
by (2 reviews) , Netherlands Flag of Netherlands

Lovely guesthouse just outside from Pretoria. It's very easy to reach central Pretoria and all the worthwhile sights.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Natanja Guest House Pretoria

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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A travel blog entry by patricia1957 on Nov 16, 2013

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... got to ride in the safari vehicle and take some fantastic photos. We saw rhino, impala, wart hogs and ostriches. The wildebeest and zebra were nowhere to be seen today unfortunately although Tony came back with some fantastic photos of a giraffe!! Dinner tonight is in an African boma and on the way we eventually got see the wildebeest and zebra. This was a pretty eventful day and we collapsed into bed ...

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A travel blog entry by krista.and.erik on Oct 24, 2012

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... the ice or…? Who knows but we won’t be eating there again, sadly. At least not for quite some time. Shame. The pizza was excellent!

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A travel blog entry by binni on Apr 25, 2012

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... who were either led to believe something that is really, really wrong was right, or that something that was really wrong could benefit them and their families; perhaps these guys saw apartheid as a way to get a bit ahead. Either way the majority ended up going with this abhorrent policy of segregation, where mixed marriages were made illegal, everyone was classed by race, and where places such as beaches, shops, buses, schools were made black or white only. Black Africans were also ...

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A travel blog entry by phileasfarx on Jun 01, 2011

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... what else do I have to write about my time here? I met up with Hanna, whom I’d lived with in Cape Town for a month. We discovered that this capital (one of three – yes three – in South Africa) is a dull town. Not much happening at all. We left on Friday lunchtime for Soweto, the infamous township outside Johannesburg which will forever be associated with the struggle against apartheid. He hope to spend the weekend ...

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A travel blog entry by walkietalkie on Mar 17, 2011

... in teaching these kids was made, would the teachers gain more from their means to an income? With little teaching presence and the kids self marking their own work, I'm amazed at how they progress from grade to grade at all. I don't see any channeled, focused attention but rather generic sweeping teaching so children who may have difficulty in certain subjects will never  get the help they need to grow. There is a lot of paperwork, yes. This applies to most jobs.  But there ...

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