Coopers Croft B&B

26 Cross Street, Randburg, Gauteng, 2194, South Africa | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Randburg

Week 13

A travel blog entry by christie68

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... and after a good breakfast got a taxi to the Home Affairs Office in Central .Johannesburg just to confirm that we would have all the relevant documentation ready for our trip to the South African Embassy in London next week. Back at the hotel we have a coffee and pack as we check out at 2pm and head off to the airport at 5pm. Not really looking forward to the long flight back to the UK. We will land at Heathrow at 6.30am where we will collect a hire ...

Tangala Game Park

A travel blog entry by lizmac

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... own land, & the standard of housing is very slowly improving. Very little electricity, running water or Sewerage. No employment. Many many people work in Jo'burg & leave their kids at home with Grandma. Tangala is stunning. We are in Rondavels, no power. But we have gas hot water, & the girls (Goodness, Josephine & Gift, �� ) cook with gas & on the fire. The Rondavels are all pretty old, based on the 20's ...

Adventures in South Africa

A travel blog entry by crcrane

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... After lunch, he showed me around his very nice neighborhood and house. His dog needed a walk so I volunteered for the task and got to explore/get lost in the neighborhood a little more. Later in the afternoon, he dropped me off at the Gautrain (light rail) station with specific instructions on how to get to the airport without being mugged. I apparently did everything correctly. It was very generous of Dr. Ingham to ...

Kruger National Park

A travel blog entry by lyne_orser

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... counted to 10, sang the days of the week, months of the year, etc for us. It was precious!! We concluded our visit by playing with them at their park. I had to resist the urge to take one of them back on the bus with me! An hour drive brought us to the famous Kruger National Park. We all hope to see the big 5 in the next couple of days! The big five are: elephant, black rhino, lion, leopard, and cape buffalo. ...

The road more or less traveled

A travel blog entry by saherewecome

... to used books to all sorts of clothes. We dined (ok, we ate lunch) at the food court. We sampled samosa's, smoked turkey (fresh off a leg), haloumi cheese and some traditional South African desserts (turkish delight, nougat, and coconut ice). Ultimately we settled on a tuna sandwich for lunch! None of us was feeling terribly adventurous culinary wise today. After the market we meandered to a Budget rent a car ...

 

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