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... which is a black township that was ground central for much of the anti-apartheid movement. We met Percy, who gave us a tour of his neighborhood and home. He made a point of showing us that he had electricity and a flush toilet in an outbuilding. He wants us to send a picture of the three of us together to add to his photo album he keeps of visitors.
We ended the ...
... is so much cooler than we expected. Of course it gets hotter in the afternoon. We got the info for the Wi-Fi and checked our emails. We were both so tired all we wanted to do was rest. I didn't sleep just put my feet up - I want to sleep well tonight. My daughter slept for more than 3 hours. She needed it. We both took showers.
LOL So we go out to eat dinner (there is a shopping center right around the block) ...
Seventeen hours, non stop from Johannesburg to Atlanta! I remember when Rock booked our tickets (as at that stage I could only think of my wonderful trip to Portugal and Paris), him telling me about this seventeen hours and ...
... five-star hotel that hosted the rich and famous visitors to the city. We learned that today it is completely empty and risky to enter.
While the city center remained a criminal no-go zone for years, there has been something of an urban revival going on recently. Business are being given incentives to return and are slowly trickling back. Going by the reversing trend in real-estate prices, our escort and guide was optimistic that ...
... about, the years of race classification, the 150 acts of apartheid, detentions, and the oppression of the nationalist regime. The final section was all about the rise of the black consciousness, the armed struggle and the freeing of Nelson Mandela after 27 years in prison which in term lead to the final negotiations of peace and the end of apartheid.
I’m so glad I went to the museum as I had been bothered about what ...