Crane's Nest Guesthouse Boshoff Street

Address: 212 Boshoff Street, Pretoria, Gauteng, 0075, South Africa | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 212 Boshoff Street, Pretoria, is near President Paul Kruger House, Sammy Marks House, Melrose House, and Kruger House Museum.
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How quickly has time flown - make the most of it!

A travel blog entry by michaeldc on Feb 17, 2014

... they have all taken.
Following on from this it also surprises me that it is almost 20 months since the Frimley plant closed on June 27th 2012. This date was also the start of a new journey for me - in the evening I left to do some work for SCJ in South Africa and it is fair to say that this was a life changing event for me. I had never been to South Africa before and I had never considered ...

In Hospitals

A travel blog entry by victorkubik on Jan 16, 2013

3 comments, 4 photos

... up to take me to their home dinner. I could easily do the 15 minute walk, but they wouldn't think of it. While Monique was preparing dinner, I read stories to both Daniel and Tahlia. I had read some of them before....and it was no problem for the children to hear me read the same story four times. One was about an elephant, others about personfied toads, racoons and other cuddly animals.

With Jason and Monique we talked ...

Day 2 - Johannesburg and Soweto

A travel blog entry by katepettitpeace on Jul 02, 2012

1 photo

After a swaying-fuelled sleep, I woke to the hustle and bustle of 6am city life in Johannesburg. A bit of a scramble saw breakfast through (Although the spaces were big, I had to get used to living in reasonably narrow quarters!) and we all alighted the train into warm, sweet smelling, stuffy air. As we drove towards Soweto, my first ever township, I was mesmerised by the rainbow nation that was passing me by; black, white, coloured, Asian; big, small and ...

Three month catch up!

A travel blog entry by rg09 on Dec 03, 2011

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... is based south west of Johannesburg so it was a fair trip but at that time in the morning, an easy one. After breakfast and a safety briefing we changed into our overalls and boots and headed for the lifts. It is here, I should mention that this is the deepest working mine in the world and were going down 3.75km (about 2.5 miles in old money) which took half an hour in itself. The three lifts were very speedy and then it was onto a train until ...

Down the Hippo Highway

A travel blog entry by ianandsuejones on Aug 17, 2011


... 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 ...