Wildside Tent Camp Lion Park

Corner Malibongwe & R114, Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa | Campground
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This campground, located on Corner Malibongwe & R114, Johannesburg, is near Lesedi Cultural Village and Bill Harrop's Original Balloon Safaris.
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A travel blog entry by jenny.whinney on May 24, 2014

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... through the museum we visited the Sterkfontein caves where the majority of the fossils had been found. This was a lime quarry during the times of the gold rush so a lot of the fossils were destroyed by dynamite explosions. The reason there is such a high concentration of fossils there is that there are natural openings into the caves which early humans and animals fell through.

Today we spent the morning at the apartheid ...

Graskop to Jo'burgh

A travel blog entry by larrylyn on Feb 20, 2014

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... a terrific buffet lunch and then had a little time to wander the stables and the beautiful gardens, gardens filled with roses. A native village watson the property and we were treated to a presentation by four Ndebelene woman and in the midst of this we had the first rain of the trip...a downpour that lasted less than 10 minutes, then back onto the bus. Beverley was go, go, go so we went, went, went. A fifteen minutes WC break at 3 PM and onward to Pretoria.

On ...

Out of Africa

A travel blog entry by alexobt on Aug 21, 2013

Fare-thee-well Zimbabwe and endless election posters of Mugabe's face (they were even on the trees in the national parks). Hello South Africa and advertisements for efficient and safe penis enlargement and safe abortion ("Come with it, leave without it!"). Th general feeling amongst both Africans and travellers I've met so far is that South Africa isn't "real" Africa. But one of the many useful and practical lessons my degree in English has taught ...

Day 15,16&17 - Hogsback, Barkly East, Winburg, Jhb

A travel blog entry by mmtravelworld on Apr 01, 2013

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... the passes in this province. What an awesome trip, we have come back home with lifetime memories, lots more laugh lines, insights into our very, very beautiful country and its people. Their friendliness and generosity is amazing. Yet another trip that will be in our hearts and minds for ever. Till next Time!

Highlights of the trip:
Goudini Cellar (Vetkoek, wine tour, cheap bottles of wine @ R16 each). All the passes that we did and route 67 ...

A looooong flight

A travel blog entry by chalmersfamily on Jun 26, 2012

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The taxi came at 7.30 am so after a quick shower and dragging the kids out of bed, we got to Sydney International Airport by soon after 8 for our 10.00 am Qantas flight to Johannesburg. This flight goes for 14 and a half hours – the longest one I've been on – and when we got on the plane we still hadn’t eaten anything, so it was a bit annoying that they only served two meals, the first one not till 3 hours into the flight! We were in the ...