Healing School Accommodation

No 2 Valley Road, Randburg, Gauteng, South Africa | Hostel

Travel Blogs from Randburg

On my way to Sri Lanka

A travel blog entry by pippatheskipper


... and it was so cheap (love the prices in South Africa), whilst using the wifi to catch up with everyone. I was most content, could've chilled in that airport for even longer haha! But eventually it was time to board my plane & I got ready for my next long haul, fingers crossed I wouldn't throw up this ...

Tangala Game Park

A travel blog entry by lizmac


... wildebeest, waterbuck, duiker, hippo, nyala. We do the same again today & then again tomorrow morning before moving to Maholoholo Forest Camp. Everyone gets on well and all seem like fun. It's going to be a great 3 weeks! 31st October. What an amazing 24 hours since I wrote this last. The afternoon game drive ( after yet another delicious High Tea) was fabulous. We saw so much and then caught up with another small herd of Elephant. We ...

Bramfontien Cultural Scene

A travel blog entry by robspackman


... markets on concrete barriers at intersections.

And I found it. In Bramfontien, an area adjacent to the CBD and until recently seen as a rundown commercial space to be avoided. Abutting the large and smart WITS campus teaming with fashion conscious students couldn't be a better location.

As we wandered to the first coffee roasting, vinyl playing flat white producing white industrial box cafe in our path I was more than a little surprised to see ...

The Time Has Come

A travel blog entry by pmk123

The signs that the trip is over are in the air and so are we. The boy developed a bit of stomach flu late yesterday and announced he was anxious to return home (and questioned my planning skills for having chosen a circuitous route just to fly business class on points). He may be right about the latter point but, of course, no changes are permitted once travel begins on a point ticket (I checked). I enjoyed a quiet meal at the "hosted" table at Tonga Bezi ...


A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus


... WILL BE celibate, ha ha), and unfortunately this led to many women having children out of wedlock and raising them on their own. In addition, it was very common for men here to beat their women. Africa wasn't as good to its women as its women were to us.
Many of my readers might say: "Yes, but love MUSN'T be given so freely!" But, I believed that if people lived in strong communities ...


Other places to stay in Randburg