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

    Living in Jo'burg

    A travel blog entry by markjoy on Sep 19, 2013

    100 photos

    ... 3 hours from Jo'burg). He joined a MTB/Run event, so 14km action every day! Gina, us and some friends had a bit of a lazy and drinking wine weekend! Unfortunately the weather was bad, it was cold and rainy. Discovered our tent was not waterproof! After all we had a wonderful weekend, met lot's of nice people and the wine was good!
    We stayed 2 and a half weeks in Jo'burg and we almost felt citizens of the city. Ian and Gina were so kind to take ...


    A travel blog entry by makaylaandjo on Jan 21, 2013

    4 photos

    ... back to the hotel took about an hour but once we got the hotel it was so worth it. Wow just plain wow! The hotel looked amazing, it was big and not the kind of thing I would have expected in South Africa, more like la or Las Vegas. We checked in and went up to our room we were on level 1 in room 147. It was pretty good. We went for a walk down near the pool and near the fountain, it's even more beautiful in person. We took some funny photos in and by ...

    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 ...

    Culture shock in Jo'burg!

    A travel blog entry by shaunandkaren on Mar 13, 2012

    17 photos

    ... This area is populated by people who are poor, living in tin houses of 2 bedrooms, no electricity and commual taps in the lane. Portaloos fill half of the tiny yards and the lucky residents are the ones who have a generator. Just to think, yesterday we got a culture shock when we drove passed massive mansions, now we were getting a culture shock when walking through these poverty areas. While we were there, we sat down with the locals while having a beer and hearing ...

    "Soweto? What the f**k are you doing in Soweto?!"

    A travel blog entry by afrikanskies on Feb 07, 2011

    1 comment, 46 photos

    ... away from the stereotypical images of a ramshackle township to which most of the world is familiar. We boarded the Soweto highway and within minutes had pulled into Orlando, one of the township’s 87 districts. Soweto (SOuth WEstern TOwnship) was established in the early 1900’s; separating the black population of Johannesburg from the more ‘esteemed’ white residents in the north of the city. According to the 2001 government census, the population ...