La Rochelle

Address: 28 Plough Avenue, Pretoria, Gauteng, 2004, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 28 Plough Avenue, Pretoria, is near Claude V. Malan Museum and Mineral Resort.
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Travel Blogs from Pretoria

Lion walks and the almighty fridge!

A travel blog entry by pixiekatten on Jun 05, 2015

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... such as beer and wine. On our first day we didn't do that much work. We had a little briefing regarding house rules and got the chance to say a quick hello to Kevin Ric******* which was a great honour. Having followed his work both in YouTube videos, Instagram as well as read his book it was fantastic to get to shake hands with someone who does so much for lions! I also got to see two little fellas that I have been very eager to meet eye to eye since the day I heard ...

Summary of all Site Visits

A travel blog entry by onestepahead on Aug 22, 2013

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... which leads to 25% unemployment (that's not what they said :P). Education problems in SA in the hard sciences (mentioned at several occasions). From his point of view, entrepreneurs are overestimated, job growth must come from big companies. Austrian-like apprenticeship system was abolished a few years ago, to his sorrows.

National ...

The Generosity of Friends

A travel blog entry by cats-adventures on Jul 29, 2013

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... 4 bags in the hold! Baring in mind 2.5 of that was Laura's I think I've done alright for a year of travelling!

With Louis back from work in the evenings, we were able to spend some more time with him. On the first night, we ordered delicious take away pizza and chilled with silly tv. The second night, going to a supermarket after our shopping spree, Laura cooked a fish pie and apple crumble with me as ...

My Journey in Africa so far!

A travel blog entry by joshua_nash on Dec 12, 2012

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... lining the streets. The beauty in this place and the beauty in its people cannot however hide the dark and painful past they have endured. From the moment you step off the plane in Johannesburg you can feel something in the air. You can sense the pain that is embedded in this country and in this continent. Although you are always met with a smile, it is nearly impossible to miss the pain behind so many people's eyes.

This city is a melting pot of absurdity ...

Travel day Nairobi and Johannesburg

A travel blog entry by lyne_orser on Oct 20, 2012

1 comment, 4 photos

... been proactive as my flight arrived at midnight and I wanted to make sure I'd get to my hotel safely. All other passengers were picked up and I was left by myself in the arrival area outside of customs. Many taxi drivers approached me claiming to be able to help me out and offered to make some calls for me. I instead made the calls myself and my hotel arranged to have someone come pick me up. A gracious airport information desk ...

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