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... didn't check trains from Johannesburg to Cape Town and seems that it's only on Friday and Sunday, and on Friday we missed it. So we had to look for the bus but I wanted train so much as it would remind me a trip to Lapland :):). But maybe that's a sign not to look back haha
But about planning trips here before coming is also not really worth as when you come here things are just so different and ofc not really in order. At least in Tanzania.
... good-looking trains and its employees, convenient billing system, etc... There will be a video coming up where you can follow the ride ^^.
Sandton is a growing suburbian area of Johannesburg, also known the new Financial Center of JB. Many investment companies are there, including one with the name "AlexanderForbes" - which led to me wonder if there is a relation to Forbes Magazines and what Forbes actually all encompasses (still have to check that, ...
... to provide cheap accommodation for black workers during apartheid. Many people who still live in matchbox houses have improved and expanded their homes, and the City Council has enabled the planting of more trees and the improving of parks and green spaces in the area. There are a few smaller areas where prosperous Sowetans have built houses that are similar in stature to those in more affluent suburbs. Mandela ...
... at the airport and we flew to Johannesburg. We had a tearfully spicy meal and parted. I went to the hotel and later met up with a friend from undergraduate. We wet to the Apartheid museum ( where I was discriminated against and made to may for my meal upfront through all the white customers paid after) and an exposition. Finally I went home to USA
... on the "Struggle" tour which takes you past the places that are iconic symbols of the struggles of the South African people.
One of the most famous examples of this is Soweto's Vilakazi Street which is the only street in the world which has the homes of two Nobel Peace Prize winners. Here sits Nelson Mandela's former home, which is now a museum, and Desmond Tutu's house. Seeing the area now and thinking about how it must have been when they ...
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