Ginnegaap Guesthouse

54 4th Avenue, Johannesburg, Gauteng, 2090, South Africa | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 54 4th Avenue, Johannesburg, is near Johannesburg Zoo, Witwatersrand (Wits) University, Everard Read Gallery, and Kim Sacks Gallery.
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    Pack and Play...

    A travel blog entry by jenad on Jun 05, 2014

    ... shuttle to the Waterfront as suggested by our guide Claire. This mall is beautiful but reminds me of something in Connecticut. We chose a South African restaurant Karibu for dinner. Ostrich, Springbok, Chicken Curry were our selections for entrees. All of it was amazing. More laughter and great sharing. I might need to purchase a jacket to stay warm. The walk back to the shuttle is pretty cold.


    Seychelles here we come!

    A travel blog entry by mmtravelworld on Feb 23, 2014

    3 comments, 3 photos

    ... amp; Mary) had organized by emailing the hotel on numerous occasions before our arrival, to unpack. We met on the beach and took a walk to the local supermarket called "A1" to buy beers and mixes for our coconut Takamaka. Nothing has changed along the walkway since we were last here, only things are a little more expensive i.e. Beers were SR16 now SR 25. We spent the rest of the day wallowing in the water, drinking beers and tasting the cocktail of the day. Dinner was fantastic, ...

    In South Africa

    A travel blog entry by sharonrobinson on Sep 24, 2013

    19 photos

    ... rather than go to a hospital.

    Dave found some interesting pictures that I will share with you. The one of all the bottles of petrol beside the road reminds me of Cambodia and how petrol is sold to fill up all the motos that apparently swarm the streets of Benin like they do Cambodia. Guess if you can see in a bottle what you’re paying for and then that it’s empty, it’s a good way to know you've gotten what you’ve paid for. Also ...


    A travel blog entry by krista.and.erik on Dec 01, 2012

    64 photos

    ... The Local Grill. The owner welcomes us in and takes us on a tour of his kitchen when we inquire about the cuts. We walk past the chefs and into the back kitchen area and into the meat locker. He shows us the cuts and lets us sample some. He shows us that they often cook their steaks on slabs of pink Himalayan salt to enhance the flavor. What a treat of an experience!

    Back at the table, we read the menu with more informed eyes. You ...

    We Love Jozi - Surprised?

    A travel blog entry by oz2africa on Nov 15, 2012

    35 photos

    ... trees, native to Brazil, but flourishing in Africa and Australia in November), but Jo'burg wins! We drove down wide jacaranda-lined avenues past some gorgeous homes on streets that were far less congested than most of Sydney's. Via a ring road expressway, we were soon in Soweto.

    Did you know that Soweto has a population of 5 million, making it one of the largest and densest populated areas in the ...