African Silhouette Guesthouse
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... century furnishings with several placards mentioning how he liked to shave in the morning and sleep on that side of the bed. There was also some information regarding the first railroads to be started in South Africa.
I thought that it would be good to check out the South Africa Museum of Culture and History, since I thought that would really delve into South Africa's recent history and the blending of cultures that has transformed the country into such ...
Today after recovering from our flight by having one of the longest snoozes I've ever had we set off back to the Airport Game Lodge and decided to go to the East Rand Mall to grab just a few little items.
I managed to find some great postcards but no where except the post office sells stamps and these close early on Saturday?! This was pretty much the same ...
Well, it took us over 16 hours, or roughly 7 in-flight movies, but we finally arrived in Johannesburg and boy are we tired. As advertised, we stopped for refueling in Dakar during the night. As I have witnessed many times during my travels abroad, there is always a sense of excitment seeing land approaching after you have crossed an entire ocean. Such was ...
... the outside loo, (i have seen them before), it was the fact that the dog had decided to have puppies right next to the toilet and every time you went to the loo the dog would growl the whole time, very off putting when all you hear is a growling dog and cannot see it whilst doing your business.
Anyway that finishes off my stay in Benoni, now heading off to the game reserve for three weeks.
... from a reality. Blacks rely on any work to survive, live off the goodness of neighbors and the children will largely grow up blaming someone for the hand they have been dealt. My take is that things will get worse before they get better and I wouldn't want to be a tourist in SA when Mandala passes. I think the young generation will have enormous hostility at some point in time for the hardships passed from one generation to the next. Now, most wait ...