Bryanston Guest House

16 George Street, Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa | B&B
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More game drives + family braais

A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey


... school, and finally got to meet her hubbie Wayne. We spent the evening sitting around their braai (webber) in the backyard, while Wayne cooked a delicious potjie pot (like a beef and vegetable casserole in a big black pot), the boys played Lego, and we all chatted and drank beers! It was so relaxing and the perfect way to spend our last night in Joburg. Natalie and Wayne are so lovely, and we all get along really well. We chatted and laughed comfortably together, and even though ...

The Great Trek

A travel blog entry by jcrutz


... the weekend with the Makhothi family and Dani (another member of our group)! They were some of the most entertaining and beautiful people. My host family consisted of two parents, one daughter- 18, and two sons-14 & 11. I suppose the most daunting memory I have is when my host mother told me that we were have lamb for dinner... after struggling through 3/4 of my plate, they informed me that I was in fact eating cow stomach. I won't even try to describe the ...

Magaliesburg Mountains

A travel blog entry by ditchthecube


Another guest staying in my room was a white South African also in his 50s. He spent about two hours relating much of his experiences from growing up in Apartheid in the 60s and 70s through liberation in the 1994 to the resulting violent years and up to the present. He led one of the first high school protests against apartheid in the early 70s and was rewarded with 3 months in jail without charges followed by 9 more months on trumped up charges. He kept a lower profile after that.


We're here... finally!

A travel blog entry by whatintheworld


... I hope I am painting an accurate picture of this part of Soweto's history.

The last part of our tour consisted of visiting Nelson Mandela's childhood home, as well as the former home of Desmond Tutu, two very important and prominent individuals in South Africa's history. At the end of our tour, we hopped on to two more local taxis, which was just as interesting the second time around, and returned safely to our Guest House. It was definitely an enriching experience!


Overland Safari Part 1

A travel blog entry by sargeandwest


... events leading up to the breakdown of the apartheid. He also drove us through one of the shanty towns within Soweto, which was an eye opener to say the least.

While at the lodge, we also visited a safari park, which might seem strange given we were about to embark on an 8 day safari through the bush, but the chance to play with lion cubs was too good an opportunity to miss! And so our few days in Jo'burg were actually much more pleasant than we ...


This B&B, located on 16 George Street, Johannesburg, is near Gold Reef City, South Western Townships, Carlton Centre, and AECI Dynamite Factory Museum.
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