Buona Notte B&B

Address: 3rd Ave., Randburg, Gauteng, South Africa | B&B
 
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Saints Week Three

A travel blog entry by jamestug on Oct 31, 2014

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The highlight of Monday was definitely my first ever water polo training session, which turned out to be a game. So here I was, having done practically no fitness since I left Australia in September, playing for the 3rds, the third best team in the school. I jumped in for warm up, still trying to discuss the rules of this game, which I thought seemed similar to football, except in water. I started on the bench, so I had confidence in the coach's ability (although I ...

Cullinan Diamonds and Pretoria

A travel blog entry by sabjean42 on Apr 10, 2014

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... produces 11% of the World Diamonds by value, after Botswana's 28% and Russia's 21%. Cullinan welcomes visitors to all the surface activities, a small museum and a sales department. We also saw a training institute for young people seeking a career in diamond cutting and setting. They practice with cooper and later, silver. The institute is 30 hours a week for two years. The stone homes of former managers have been converted into restaurants and small shops. In Pretoria ...

Tangala Game Park

A travel blog entry by lizmac on Oct 31, 2013

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... to sit & watch them graze & interact for ages. When they wanted to move on three of them slowly wandered right by the bus, gave us a good long look, & just ambled by. It was so tempting to just reach out & touch them! I couldn't get my lens to focus they were so close!! Poor Gai was very nervous. After that we found a male Lion on the hunt. We followed him for a while, but backed off to give him a chance to make a kill. ...

Living in Jo'burg

A travel blog entry by markjoy on Sep 19, 2013

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... locals live in former horse staples and creating traditional clothes and selling that and all kind of herbs, spices, animal skins and bones, arrow and bow, spears.....actuallt everything what comes into your mind if you think about Bushmen/Africa/wildlife. Unfortunately is was prohibited to take any photo, this because of all the unusual things what is kind of strange in our eyes but which is just a part of their tradition and life.
Further on we walked ...

The end of the road

A travel blog entry by riahopkins on Nov 10, 2012

... witness and support crew, off to jump off a bridge. We took a cab to the bridge, which is technically the halfway point between Zambia and Zimbabwe, and into the Customs Office; (the short bridge used to be a sort of no-man's-land between, but now both sides have crept forward and claimed half each. Technically the bungee is on the Zambian side, but you still have to go through the bizarrest Customs procedure I've ever seen. You tell them you're only going to the bridge to do ...