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... but the family bond is undeniable as we catch-up with family news. Gabriel is 9 years old, speaks brazilian and french, and the children are happy to have a friend. Gabriel is very calm and quiet which is great and they all get on and play nicely on the beach. We see Jérome a few times, at his place and the beach and it gives us an opportunity to see the way of life in Rio. It’s busy but relaxed and very pleasant with great weather. A great city! Gabriel invites Ioan for ...
... I am very proud of my fitting everything in a single smallish trolley bag. Anesh will take his usual ten minutes to pack his stuff - he can be such a show off sometimes. Now, to wake up in three hours time for the drive down. Let's see who will wake up at ...
... just to much to choose from and the drugstore/pharmacy in the mall. It was like the biggest drugstore ever where they sell everything you can imagine in terms of body and health care.....Can you please tell me where the shampoo department is!
And talking about prices, everything is half priced or even less compared to Bonaire and it is super economic to buy a delicious meal at the Spar fresh department. In the restaurants you can have a steak and wine ...
... crime. Our hosts however lived in a beautiful home and that evening they treated us to a wonderful meal in a local restaurant. It was great to finally see familiar faces after 3 months. The next day they kindly lent us their car to explore Pretoria. First on our tour was the immense Voortrekker Museum. A massive monument overlooking the city and a tribute to the first white pioneers, the Voortrekkers. It's an eerie place full of flags and other symbolism. It reminded me ...
... 180 and the population of the Greater Johannesburg Metropolitan Area was 7,151,447. A broader definition of the Johannesburg metropolitan area, including Ekurhuleni, the West Rand, Soweto and Lenasia, has a population of 10,267,700. The municipal city's land area of 1,645 km2 (635 sq mi) is very large when compared to other cities, resulting in a moderate population density of 2,364 /km2 (6,120 /sq mi).
We decided to drive from Cape Town to Joburg even though the ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking