Aberfeldy Bed & Breakfast

Address: 101 Pitzer Road, Midrand, Gauteng, 1685, South Africa | B&B
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This B&B is located on 101 Pitzer Road, Midrand.
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Travel Blogs from Midrand

Africa - Joburg

A travel blog entry by kas19 on Nov 03, 2014

... seemed like a place we might not want to visit without a guide. We drove past the soccer stadium that hosted the FIFA Cup in 2010 and headed to the Apartheid Museum. It was an excellent museum that discussed the Apartheid laws that separated the "whites" and the "non-whites". Probably the most interesting was the temporary exhibit discussing Nelson Mandela's life. After we could read no more we hopped back in with our guide and made our ...

We made it to Jozi

A travel blog entry by alura on Jul 10, 2014

45 photos

... like any other really. Then it was rushed goodbyes as people went in their different directions. Some heading home others continuing the adventure in various different places. For us it was time to rest and recoup before the East Africa leg. Most exciting of all, a glorious shower and a proper bed! You truly appreciate an actual bed after sleeping with nothing but a camp mat separating you from the ground for 10 days. Day 1 did not hold much excitement. A well deserved sleep in and ...

Living in Jo'burg

A travel blog entry by markjoy on Sep 19, 2013

100 photos

Johannesburg more commonly known as Jo'burg or Jozi is the vibrant heart of South Africa.
In 1886 George Harrison found a trace of gold, since that time the city is running on gold. It is literly build with gold because of the sand which was used in concreet to built the city contains gold. About 50000 tons of the worlds 112000 tons gold comes from South Africa. About 50000 mineworkers work in the mines in and around Jo'burg. Most mines reach a dept of ...

We Love Jozi - Surprised?

A travel blog entry by oz2africa on Nov 15, 2012

35 photos

... could remain in their shacks for free (squatting) and tap into the community water and electricity supplies?

We drove past a modern shopping mall and the magnificent football stadium, The stadium is also known by its nickname "The Calabash" due to its resemblance to the African pot or gourd. It is where Nelson Mandela made his first speech after his release in 1990 and it had a major overhaul for the ...

Flight to and Arrival In Johannesburg

A travel blog entry by sknodle on Jan 21, 2012

2 comments, 3 photos

... were empty. I was able to stretch out and relax and actually got some sleep.

On the seatback in front of me is a touch screen monitor and I could choose from no less than 71 moveis, TV shows, documentaries or games to play. A lot easier to use than those clunky remotes some planes have. I watched two movies and played a trivia game.

We had a stop and an hour layover ...