Buona Notte B&B

Address: 3rd Avenue, Randburg, Gauteng, 2195, South Africa | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Randburg

RWC 2015 .....Here we come (Lift Off 4 September)

A travel blog entry by mmtravelworld on Aug 27, 2015

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... amp; Lunch @ the home of golf - St Andrews
John o' groats
Fly to Dublin, Ireland (7 Days)
Tour Dublin
Blarney Castle & Cork
Bushmills to attend the Salmon and Whiskey Festival
Tour Belfast
Fly to Cardiff, Wales
Tour Cardiff
Llandrindod Wells
Back to Birmingham UK
Watch SA vs ...

Saints Week Three

A travel blog entry by jamestug on Oct 31, 2014

34 photos

... to keep playing.

I have also discovered that, as an exchange student, I can have the hot lunch at school, for free! So we've taken to going along and getting this hot lunch which rates with Kings' but the unlimited Powerade on offer is the real highlight. Every Friday, the meal is a burger and chips which goes down quite nicely!

Although originally thinking it would probably be unsafe to run the streets of Northcliff, Amanda said I could go for ...

March 2014

A travel blog entry by passera on Apr 06, 2014

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... re happy to arrive in a modern city. Our hotel is in Copacabana, 3 blocks from the beach. At least we know the children will appreciate that bit. The hotel is fine but we’re definitely paying the location as the room is small and basic. We spend the afternoon walking around our hotel and getting some rest. There are lots of bars and restaurants and it’s very touristy. Perfect! In late afternoon it’s still in the 30 degrees despite the sun setting behind the ...


A travel blog entry by lizmac on Oct 28, 2013

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... busker (magician, who was fantastic) and native dancers. Being a Sunday we saw the Zionists in their bright colourful robes, ( or alternatively a drab olive uniform like the Sallies). The 'black taxis' in their thousands, all the little home shops people have set up trying to earn a rand, selling everything from food to hair braiding, extreme poverty, affluence and a seething mass of humanity. Mostly, as far as we could see, in Soweto, the people seemed happy. We ...

Feel that catch in your throat...

A travel blog entry by miguel_nkosi on Jul 17, 2013

... first person internal soliloquy. I wasn't sitting at a departure lounge repeating the old cliche "if only I had more time". Lament as I might my lack of funds, at least I have some. Worry as I may about job security, at least i have a degree. Im in Africa, not because its easy, so get tough and don't be disrespectful.
Your not simply a traveler, your seeking a life here.
By all means feel that catch in your throat, you would do well ...