Old Umtali Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... We started our drive to the lodge place that we are staying in. In South Africa you need to lock your doors while your in the car because of doggy people. I fell asleep in the car, I woke up when we stopped. It was almost pitch black and since we had been driving down a dirt road our car was covered in dust. We unloaded our gear then got changed and I went to my cousins loge for about 2 ...
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And thus, unable to wait until morning, I chowed a few weetbix and retreated to the comfort of a bed without ...
... of contrasts: rows of tin shanties abut luxurious mansions; piles of garbage and pitted roads offset green fields and rustic streams. Soweto offers plenty of less aesthetically pleasing sights for the visitor like the hostels- monstrous, prison-like buildings designed to shelter male migrant workers from the rural areas and neighbouring countries. Then there are the squatter camp communities, euphemistically called "informal settlements", where poverty is palpable. These ...
... us out just before noon, settling accounts for our meals and laundry. Then we took a taxi to the airport where we arrived just after 12:30. I had forgotten that in order to get flights, we’d been forced to buy a business class ticket for the return flight, which made the trip more expensive, but quite a bit more comfortable as well. The departure lounge was too full of passengers waiting to travel; it was hard to find a seat. Half an ...
... job in eliminating their national players and this base set up a great team performance with an unlucky result. After the match the rest of the morning and afternoon was spent watching the other hockey matches, enjoying the sunshine and revising. As it was the last evening the tour party went for meal at a restaurant called Moyo. This served traditional African food from a range of countries across the continent. The waiters washed the groups hands ...