Touraco Guesthouse

Address: 197 Lavatastr, Pretoria, Gauteng, 184, South Africa | B&B
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This B&B is located on 197 Lavatastr, Pretoria.
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      Testing, testing 1, 2, 3

      A travel blog entry by seaford on Apr 11, 2014

      10 photos

      ... I was really happy to do it and looking forward to seeing my results.' Just before lunch the group had a ice bath to start the recovery process for the match this afternoon. We had lunch at the HPC and the plates were piled high with chips, meat and salad. The boys had time for revision and relaxation before the match, we travelled across the city to tuts university. The venue and atmosphere were amazing with music playing ...

      Johannesburg Day 3

      A travel blog entry by rosietravels on Feb 10, 2013

      34 photos

      Knowing we would be out and about for the day, we ventured to add a full English breakfast to our bountiful cold tray. So, with a very full tummy, we were ready to start another day with "Knowledgable Natasha" and her "Rhino Van". We journeyed to Soweto (SOuth WEstern TOwnships) a 'suburb' of Johannesburg. It is approximately only 40 square kilometers in size, but contains an estimated 5 million people. ...

      A perfect beautiful day!

      A travel blog entry by victorkubik on Jan 16, 2013

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... so you can easily become disoriented. But, I had two great walks, each about 45 minutes. Bev and I really like to walk and talk and I particularly missed her as she would have enjoyed the balmy 85 degree sunny weather and all the beautiful flowers and greenery....and the tree-lined roads. Where Bev is there is an ice and snow storm and wind chill temp of 17 degrees above F. Quite a contrast from here.

      Jason Webster picked up me at 3:30 and we ...

      Over the tropic of capricorn

      A travel blog entry by ian.jane on Apr 16, 2012

      ... as protection against the “tsotsies”… kids, trainee Devils little helpers, who like to throw stones at visitors! Unfortunately, however, we had parked uncomfortably close to the shabeen (drinking house) and ALL NIGHT we were treated to loud Afro-Caribbean music… not lullabies. Our old man returned in the morning bearing a large water melon… and was given a pineapple in return; he was highly amused that the noise from the shabeen had kept us awake.

      Ian ...

      South Africa!

      A travel blog entry by lexieschaub on Mar 14, 2012

      1 photo

      ... houses have electricity and water. While blacks houses are small and might have running water and electricity. White families are small and blacks are usually big with relatives helping them. Relatives play an important roll for the families. When sons are married they leave there families to go make there own families.
      South Africa is about the size of Peru. Covering up ...