10 2nd Avenue Houghton Estate
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... of the bush together. Luckily, we didn’t have much use for it anyway. Naturally, there were a few "disagreements" but all-in-all we had an absolutely amazing trip and it’s something I will always look back on with fond memories!
We started with a few days in Johannesburg staying with my Dad’s cousin, Ian (who my dad hadn’t seen for over 40 years), his wife, Diedre, and his 2 children Alexandra and ...
... the memorial for a young boy of 13 who was killed in 1976 during a
protest against the mandatory use of Afrikaans in school instruction. Tomorrow is Youth Day, a national holiday that commemorates that day and brings attention to the needs of children.
It was quite hazy today because there are many roadside brush fires that do not seem to
cause much concern. ...
... visions of the shanty town and squalid conditions we had seen depicted on TV but in reality we found a middle to upper middle class suburb of Johannesburg . Cindy explained that what we had seen were squatter areas, most of which had been cleaned up, and news journalists who were able to sensationalize stories by placing them in the worst areas. Hmmm.... Lunch was at Chez Alina, a restaurant in the heart of the district. Again, nothing like we expected. A quick tour of ...
... Africa is 7 hours ahead of NY time.) Since I didn't sleep I was so tired. We were met with a wheelchair and the Kensington agent. If I didn't have the wheelchair we would have gotten VIP treatment and moved ahead of everyone which is what happens when you have the wheelchair. So we got in before everyone on our flight even with stopping to go to the bathroom but our luggage was the last out. They then brought us to our ...
Today was probably the most moving and interesting day for my thus far. We visited Constitution Hill in downtown Johannesburg. It is in this place where the main prison for the Apartheid, a prison which held Nelson Mandela and Mahatma Gandhi, still stands today, and also where there current Constitutional Court was built. We were able to stand in cells where innocent men and women were held and tortured before the end ...