Address: 8 The Drive, Westdene, Benoni, Gauteng, 1501, South Africa | B&B
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This B&B, located on 8 The Drive, Westdene, Benoni, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      South Africa

      A travel blog entry by activecarbon on Feb 24, 2013

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      ... her to elaborate but she obviously didn't appreciate questioning either. She asked Engelke where she was from. When Engelke answered Norway you could almost hear the lady's brain churning while she thought of something really cruel to say. The nearest she got was that Sweden had sold SA broken Gripen fighter jets. At the same time she reminisced about the time she had been to Norway. All she could remember was how many white there had been, in fact she told us she had ...

      Johannesburg, South Africa

      A travel blog entry by sciencefun on Jul 06, 2012


      ... to get to Brown Sugar Backpackers. We checked in and the female attendant showed us our room. This room had the nicest bed I haev seen in a long time! We dropped off our bags and she showed us the breakfasat room, kitchen, bar, pool and laundry room. We then got on the internet to look up places we wanted to see. We got the times and fees for various places. We took off on a walk and made it to Chinatown to eat at ...

      Paige's Adventure's

      A travel blog entry by paigelynn on Mar 14, 2012

      ... that are made of brick. The South Africans have houses that are cheaper. Some of the people in South Africa are angry because they feel as if they get discriminated against by some of the caucasions that live there or other countries that are wealthier then them. The caucasions in South Africa enjoy higher standard living. South Africa could be a nice place to ...

      Township living

      A travel blog entry by walkietalkie on Mar 17, 2011

      ... in the office while the kids go wild in their classrooms. Most teachers in most countries will tell you of the hardships they have to go through as underpaid, overworked slaves to the government systems. Education and teaching seems equally as flawed in South Africa with a clearly demotivated workforce, certainly in the poorer areas where resources and training are scarce. Naturally teachers, or educators as they are called here, will be less inclined to work hard if ...

      Halfway across the world

      A travel blog entry by reneshn on Aug 13, 2010


      So I learnt two things today en route to South Africa. I turn into a five year old when I come across famous people. So I was going through security at Sydney airport, heard a familiar voice, turned around and what do you know, the All Blacks were just right behind! I went into a spasm as I stood in disbelief that Richie McCaw and co were just inches away from me. I then did just about the lamest thing possible, did a ‘sup head tilt ...