African Lodge

Address: 14 Jane Road, P O Box 847, Sandton, Gauteng, South Africa | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Sandton

A day of Heart Attacks

A travel blog entry by jamestug on Nov 01, 2014

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... we are strapped in, I'm in the back with the three ladies behind us who were sharing great banter. We then commence the rickety and incredibly slow journey to the the top, pausing for what seems like an awfully long time at the top, before flying down. The ride takes only 14 seconds, but gives such a thrill, not totally worth the one and a half hour wait though. I also staggered a little of this ride; much to the amusement of the ladies ...

Johannesburg: Free Morning / Travel to Cape Town

A travel blog entry by anthonyrajkumar on Jun 05, 2014

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... was about two hours long. We collected our luggage, the quickest I could remember while traveling and we were off to our new adventure.

"CAPE TOWNNNNNN!!!!!!" I exclaimed. Samir chuckled and shook his head at me with a smile on his face. We were all excited. We met up with Claire, our Cape Town guide and we were off to our Southern Sun The Cullinan hotel with another huge coach to take us around.

On our way to the hotel. I ...

Orlando West lunch

A travel blog entry by tinagoes2africa on Jun 02, 2014

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... br> Lunch was at a local restaurant that seems to be very popular. We saw some fantastic kids harmonizing and dancing to their tribal songs. The lunch itself was a lot of meat and corn meal. Haha. Three different types of corn meal to be exact. I liked the plain white corn meal that you put a well spiced sauce on- just like mashed potatoes and gravy in the states.


Pretoria - Middelburg - Ohrigstad

A travel blog entry by greatbigworld on Mar 03, 2014

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... Dullstroom and Lydenburg which are rich in history from the Voortrekkers and the Boer War.

  • As we neared our destination, we came through the Ohrigstad Valley. This valley is much like the Fraser Valley in BC. It has it's own microclimate. They grow a lot of citrus and Macadamia nuts as well as potatoes and vegetables. 33,000T of Macadamia nuts are exported every year. Their biggest obstacle is that they can't get good laborers. They people are there, ...

  • Zimbabwe By Road: N3 to Joburg

    A travel blog entry by robspackman on Jul 22, 2013

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    ... pleasant places to be. We arrive at Bondi's parents house, its lovely garden, Moroccan style turret room and real British pub (I'm not kidding its bigger, better and nicer than most student halls bars) by his pool. His Dog rums to greet us, his dad opens a beer and mum shows us to a room.

    The journey has taken 6hrs give or take, not the many weeks of horse wagon hardship it once would have. But we are here, finally stag one of ...