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A travel blog entry by matttoafrica


... you must start your own journey, although perhaps not as long, and definitely not a walk. Rather a skip, a hop, a chicken patrolled border, and a little past grandma's house, you find yourself on the final stretch down Africa's third deadliest road. A comforting note left with you by little Miss Shirley, a grandmother with wisdom, as she pipes cheerily before disembarking. After all, she certainly would not want to wiz down the road in ...

Bull Jumping, Whipping, Wiggly Canoes, Addis Rain

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean


... bends and all. These distinctive canoes transport Dassanech people from one side of the river to the other (as there are currently no bridges) and are a real attraction all in themselves. Surprisingly you do feel safe from capsizing in these crocodile infested waters - which was rather comforting.

On the other side we were met by a friend of Mamo’s and we walked the kilometre or so to the Dassanech village. Everyone was there awaiting our arrival ...

New Motion Picture: The Terminal starring Ashley H

A travel blog entry by ashleynharbin

... best to take care of me. I know we are a nation a part, but there's something comforting about making connections nearer to Windhoek than Missouri.

Got through passport control here just fine as well, was told I didn't even need to go through customs, and was shown the exit (not sure how all of that worked since I don't even have a South African Visa, I think the passport check man gave me one?? still confused). Before customs though, I discovered that one of my ...

Hobart to Johannesburg

A travel blog entry by kynanandaimee


... the people are so poor, we didn't feel unsafe for a moment. The people were very friendly and welcoming, they come up and meet you. They seem quite proud of their area and the way it is managed. It is very safe in spite of no basically policing, because the community enforces the law itself - the sense of community is so strong (something to do with living 4 families to a building, 8 families to a toilet ...

Homeward Bound

A travel blog entry by sciencefun

... rush. Miles tried to choose our seats on the plane but he couldn't remember the password. We started walking east. First stop was the Chinese warehouse. I gave myself a 30 minute time limit but within 15 minutes I had looked at everything and bought a Springbok flag for 25 Rand. We continued towards the mall and that took about 25 more minutes. We looked at the grocery store for snacks, wandered around looking at random ...


This B&B, located on 10 Saffraan Avenue, Johannesburg, is near The Valley of Waves, Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, Kwena Crocodile Farm, and Kimberley Mine Museum.
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