Travel Blogs from Johannesburg, South Africa

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Epilogue, Johannesburg, South Africa travel blog

Epilogue

A travel blog entry by salmorton01

A wonderful and varied holiday in a country that I still have great affection for. It has been interesting to see how much positive change has occurred since I last visited. On the plus side, there seems to be much more racial integration, a higher ...

THE BIG WAIT!!!, Johannesburg, South Africa travel blog

THE BIG WAIT!!!

A travel blog entry by jameuro

Happy women's day!  Ok so here I am reclining in the SAA business class lounge.  Its turned out to be a beautiful day here in JHB.  So I 'm packed, one suitecase inside another - you guessed it so I can shop! I have packed for 3 seasons ...

Aug 14, 2011, Johannesburg, South Africa travel blog

Aug 14, 2011

A travel blog entry by foreignx

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Arrival in Africa, Johannesburg, South Africa travel blog

Arrival in Africa

A travel blog entry by ditchthecube

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... . He provided the first of many information dumps I received over the course of the trip. For simple starters, the weather in Johannesburg (Joburg) hangs out in the 70s despite it being summer due to its high altitude (500ft higher than Denver).  The ...

How bizarre, Johannesburg, South Africa travel blog

How bizarre

A travel blog entry by elizb

First time to visit and was shocked to realize I was still on the continent.  Struck by all of the new cars and bars on the windows. Had some free time for once and visited Mandela Museum.  Strange to comprehend the situation. Taxi drivers were ...

Wks 67 & 68 - Northern Drakensberg to Joburg, Johannesburg, South Africa travel blog

Wks 67 & 68 - Northern Drakensberg to Joburg

A travel blog entry by juliestaub

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... week meeting Paul for tea and cake which turned into dinner with his wonderful family before saying some final goodbyes. My last day in South Africa was spent on one of Lebo's 4 hour bicycle tours of the biggest township in SA - Soweto. The name Soweto ...

Wheels Up...Feet Wet, Johannesburg, South Africa travel blog

Wheels Up...Feet Wet

A travel blog entry by peter.oistad

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... you are.  Which is kinda cool, even though 3 hours into the flight I realize we were not even close to the coast of Africa.  I was able to catch a few Zs before morning when we crossed over Namibia, where I will be in another week.  ...

OR Tambo and the flight to BKK, Johannesburg, South Africa travel blog

OR Tambo and the flight to BKK

A travel blog entry by bertusleroux81

At OR Thambo it was FREEZING and rainy! The airport felt like a big ass refregirator. We immediately went on the lookout for Thai air's check-in counters and after walking the lenghth of the airport and back we finally found it. Russell pushed his luck ...

Hello from the Joberg airport., Johannesburg, South Africa travel blog

Hello from the Joberg airport.

A travel blog entry by mberti

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Well, we made it safely to South Africa from our safari this morning.  It was, as usual, quite the eventful morning.  We woke up bright and early at 6:15, ate our warm oatmeal provided for us by Frank, loaded our bags on the trucks and started ...

Step 3: Revisit step 1, Johannesburg, South Africa travel blog

Step 3: Revisit step 1

A travel blog entry by whatthedeuce

... had belonged to the minister of his local church. I’ve got a picture or Fr. O’ Dowd rallying around in sand dunes in South Africa for some strange reason. We called back to tell them we wouldn’t be buying it, and set out once more to ...

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