Coopers Croft B&B

26 Cross Street, Randburg, Gauteng, 2194, South Africa | B&B
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Day 11 Gymnastic Finals

A travel blog entry by roamed on Feb 22, 2014

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... the Cat) sat down next to me. We then took a ride to a grassy area and all got off and took photos with Felix. Then we took him for a walk. Again we boarded the bus with Felix. This was a first: Cheetah on Board.

We walked over to the mall and ate in the Portuguese restaurant that my other daughter told us about. We also got rand from the ATM. The Mall is an easy walk from the ...

Tangala Game Park

A travel blog entry by lizmac on Oct 31, 2013


30th October 2013 Tangala Camp, Thorny Bush Game Reserve. Monday morning our driver Darryl turned up, we loaded up the van. Craig & Brian went to the mall to see the bank about their dramas of the night before & then we collected Kay, Paul, Rod & Judy from the airport. Long drive to Thorny Bush. Had to change our route because of running late. Beautiful once we climbed down off the high veld. Skirted the Dragensburg mountains, ...

A Change Is Gonna Come

A travel blog entry by isag23 on Sep 02, 2013

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... to be a chaperone and help Coach Becky by demonstrating her drills and watch that the girls were doing them right but all of a sudden, she was asking me to put them through drills and be more of a coach…like she would ask me to work with both groups of girls and while she was in charge of working with one side, I was in charge of the other…um talk about responsibility olo. Here I am, at an elite camp, with elite people, being asked to lead the ...


A travel blog entry by ruthmari on Sep 01, 2012

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... seemed quite insulted, so to compensate I ate 6 pieces. Even the pieces with hairs on them. (Note to my work colleagues... and you thought eating a ready meal that was 6 months out of date was bad!?!?)

Later on, on the way home, I saw the cows eating from the skips and wished I hadn't been so British and polite.

Later that day we went to the apartheid museum which was ...

A little amusement

A travel blog entry by saherewecome on Jul 08, 2012


... short tour where you see how the rock was extracted to process it for gold. It takes 8 tons of rock to produce one ounce of gold. In the early mining days before jackhammers were used, it would take a miner 8 hours to dig one meter using a hammer and chisel. Now, a jackhammer can dig one meter in 5 ...

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