Chamonix Guest Lodge

Address: 32 Tugela Street, East Side Manor, Kempton Park, Gauteng, 1619, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 32 Tugela Street, East Side Manor, Kempton Park.
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    Sight-seeing Tour of Johannesburg

    A travel blog entry by terry.liske on Dec 06, 2014

    Adventure day to check out our new home of Johannesburg. We first had to find a way out of our secure home because of Power Shedding in South Africa! After reading the instructions we had to open the gate manually and then walk out through the neighbours. Today we decided to take the Gautrain from Rhodesfield to Park Street which is basically the whole route. Once we made our way downtown to BDC ...

    Info Overload

    A travel blog entry by terry.liske on Nov 19, 2014

    We are into day 2 of our introduction into our role at TWR - we are feeling overwhelmed with information and have lots to comprehend.   It was a day of sharing our background; seeing and meeting various department heads and enjoying another great meal out at Nando's - a franchised ...

    We made it to Jozi

    A travel blog entry by alura on Jul 10, 2014

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    ... for high fives along the way. The Hector Peterson memorial was erected in the wake of student protests during the Apartheid era. Hector Peterson being the youngest victim when things turned violent. A welcome break from peddling in a now peaceful part of town. Our last stop was the only street in the world that has houses two Nobel peace prize winners, Nelson Mandela and archbishop Desmond Tutu. Nowadays the Mandela house is a small museum. We did not have time to enter the museum but ...

    Soweto touring

    A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Apr 11, 2014

    ... flow from those killed. We then travelled the nearby streets to what is called 'Tourist Street’ where Mandela lived and now is owned by his second wife, Winnie and it is called Mandela house. We also saw the church that Desmond Tutu preached in and his home. There were lots of restaurants here and the guide claimed that these places were all run by the local mafia. As we were leaving the area we passed the railway line where a local train passed and was so packed that there ...

    Leaving on a Jet Plane

    A travel blog entry by mozambecrazy on Sep 25, 2013

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    I have a scenario for you. Imagine two identical men with two identical lives, living in tandem though this world. Their lives finally divert one day: one is driving his car, miscalculates, and plunges over the side of a cliff. The second man is on an airplane, there's a mechanical failure, and the plane plunges towards the ocean.

    Now, here's the question: Which one is more relieved?

    At 11:00 a.m. on September 24th, I'm pacing the floor of a Philly hotel room while ...