10 2nd Avenue Houghton Estate
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... which was similar to Cheesecake factory. Their coffee milkshake was to die for..... We then went to the retailers which were vaguely outlined in our charter and Allison purchased a dress from Urban Zulu. She was asked to model the dress by the shopkeeper who took pictures of her and were to be posted on the company's Facebook page (Imagine that - we have a model in our cohort - who knew???). We then went out to Clicks which is a pharmacy ...
... regional train linking Pretoria and Jo-Burg CBD/airport. It emphasizes security with plenty of guards and cameras on the trains and stations. We were warned to avoid the local stopping trains to the townships. It was good to see a mix of white and black commuters on the train. In the CBD we opted to tour around the city on the big red double-decker city bus. It certainly gave us a good view of the city.
Johannesburg is not the prettiest city in the world. It has ...
... of the big five but we still have all of tomorrow. Today we thought we would get up early (5am) to catch the cats with their breakfast, wrong again. It was raining and cold and for ages all we saw were baboon sitting all over the road. Eventually we decided to take another dirt road which ended up being a very long short cut. We did however come across herds of elephant. One cranky teen bull decided he would have a go at us, needless to say we both peed our pants. This turned out to be ...
... Our date of departure has finally arrived. I'm feeling EXTREMELY nervous, but I am keen and excited to embark on what is to come.
We have decided to fly into the North of India (Delhi) and get up as far North as we possibly can quickly. In doing this, we will enjoy not being stuck in the South's monsoons worst time which is September, and we will also be able to access and ...
... was simply one them.
We spent the better part of an afternoon at the new Apartheid Museum, the first museum on apartheid in South Africa. It has become on of Johannesburg's leading attractions for tourists and residents alike. With its large blown up photographs, metal cages, newspaper clippings, artifacts, and monitors replaying scenes from South Africa prior to 1994, it takes the visitor on a powerful emotional journey into ...