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Travel Blogs from Grahamstown
When visiting Grahamstown the surrounding bushveld provides some fantastic views, here are some updated pics to give you an idea. Orientation weekend on at Rhodes University at the Moment and wow Grahamstown is the hub!! The SASOL Science festival is coming up in March so don't forget to book your place for that - there are some spectacular …
Saw the Standard Bank National Arts Festival young artist award winners present a show. Fantastic, vibrant, eclectic and African, what a true example of the talent that we have in South Africa. It was fabulous.
The day dawns: our departure from PE-JHB on the first leg of our 'Family Adventure' and what will undoubtedly be a very meaningful time together in Scotland and a number of meaningful stops on the way. The plans are all in place: a night in Kathryn & Brad's new home in Lone Hill; flying out on Sunday 28th (tomorrow) to London via Dubai; two nights with Brita in ...
So we eventually arrived after 24 hours of travelling. Having been met at the airport by 3 men who work at the school we were driven through miles and miles of green fields and hills (passing a herd of zebras and some giraffe at the side of the road) to Grahamstown. It seems to be quite a small but very nice town, home to ...
... be together again in January.
I left London, then flew to Dubai. The heat and humidity
hits you as you walk out the airport terminal. The minimum temperature while I
was there was 37 degrees celcius. Don’t really want to know what the maximum
was!! There is a permanent haze because of the heat.
I spent a day on a Big Bus Tour, then did a night tour as
well. Very interesting place! Saw many fascinating places (Burj AlArab, ...