Parkmore Lodge

79 12th Street, Sandton, Gauteng, South Africa | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Sandton

    Day 8 - Sowetto

    A travel blog entry by katiecravenx on Apr 12, 2014

    ... from like 7 years ago, definitely did not have any of that! In the car now on the way to Sowetto, stopped to fill up with petrol and this man filled up the car so mike gave him 2 rand. asked one of the people to clean the back windows cos they're real dusty, they cleaned the front but not the back for some reason... got to Sowetto and went and saw some memorial things but then omg it was so fun bartering in the market stalls!! Tori ...

    Swaziland back to Joburg

    A travel blog entry by pannaz89 on Dec 06, 2013

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    ... Which we clearly said no.. And then they apologized for the previous comment, stated we were too quiet to be American and from there on in began 4hours of hilarious conversations ranging from Justin Beiber, the Kardashians to travel distances, occupations, stereotypical thoughts on Africa and Australia and teaching them about AFL.. So as it turns out the 26 y.o (Landry? Think his name was) is a Lawyer and the 24 y.o is an Architect- very intelligent guys who have suggested we ...


    A travel blog entry by gncook on Oct 22, 2013

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    We were picked up in the morning for a half day tour of Soweto. Two theories behind the name: 1. South West Township 2. So where too now? We started by driving through the rich area. There were some very nice, modern homes in this area. There are definitely some wealthy black professionals still living in Soweto. Next stop was Walter Sisulu Square. This held a large monument to the charter written in secret by Nelson Mandela, OR Tambo, Robert Mobukwe and others. Just ...

    Safari time!

    A travel blog entry by kcullivan on May 03, 2013

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    ... only one or two tourists who got out of line." He was the best guide we had - most entertaining, knowledgeable, and resourceful in finding the rarer to see animals. We were very fortunate to have him as our guide on the third day which was an all-day drive throughout Kruger national park. We'd heard a few negative comments about other people's guides who didn't stop unless asked, didn't educate the guests about the wildlife, and who didn't ask people along the way ...

    The Visa Saga

    A travel blog entry by inepien on Apr 27, 2012


    Today is beginning of the holiday blog - still have to go to work a bit on Monday and go to a farewell party for a friend on Monday evening - and then the much anticipated new adventure begins. Felix will go to the cattery and we will pack our bags. The dress and the shoesies for the big party are ready, just the hair still needs a touch up tomorrow from my hairfairy.

    Whether I'll be doing this trip on ...