The Manor Bed & Breakfast

Address: 23 Cosmos Drive, Johannesburg, Gauteng, 2146, South Africa | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 23 Cosmos Drive, Johannesburg, is near Montecasino and Bill Harrop's Original Balloon Safaris.
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Travel Blogs from Johannesburg

Home again, Home again, Jiggity Jig!

A travel blog entry by mkolya21 on May 24, 2015

... apartheid, which specifically stoked the fears of lower class whites to maintain a minority white government.

Another belief that he ascribed was a focus on a neo-protestant christian Jesus who protects him and brings good into his life; but he also stated a belief in the discovery of Jesus' blood on the Ark of the Covenant and that upon scientific enquiry was determined to still be living. As I had not heard of this and having knowledge of biology and ...

Grade Ten Camp

A travel blog entry by jamestug on Nov 28, 2014

... conquered pimple! Well that was the intention anyway. Some say pimple is the hardest walk of all. But half way through, having dodged angry cows in a paddock, and transcended the 'pimple' shaped mountain, we were feeling pretty confident that this was easy. And then we hit the descent. For those who do corps, it was longer and steeper that Monkeys', and with a pack that was far heavier than those on corps. It was really high, and really steep. A great mixture. With everybody running out ...

Johannesburg, gateway to Africa

A travel blog entry by goodner on Jul 15, 2014

1 comment, 44 photos

... of laborers who arrived in the 19th and 20th centuries. Whites, who made up less than 20% of the population, held 90% of the land and all of the political power. After World War II, when mining and manufacturing industries boomed, cheap black labor became increasingly important to the economy and enormous squatter camps grew up on the outskirts of Johannesburg, well segregated from the white neighborhoods.

This system of racial ...

Paragliding and goodbyes

A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Apr 28, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... eyes and tears. It is a shame that there is such a long (physical) distance between family. We have Facebook and Skype, but it’s not the same as quality family time together enjoying the company, sharing stories and opinions on the world, and making memories together. So there are mixed emotions as we leave the family and move onto the next part of our journey. We are incredibly excited about getting to Europe, but we are going to miss everyone here a lot.

We really have ...

Straight Outta Joburg

A travel blog entry by pauljkuhne on Feb 06, 2014

2 comments, 16 photos

... education at the Apartheid Museum, which was quite the experience in itself. Your ticket indicates whether you have been selected as a white or a black, and you actually have a separate entrance that you must pass through to start your tour. The museum is incredibly comprehensive and really chronicles every last detail of the inception of apartheid, life under the system, and the growing disillusionment with the racism and minority rule that oppressed so many ...