Mufasa Backpackers

Address: 21 fourth road, Benoni, Gauteng, 1513, South Africa | Hostel
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      Back Where I started.....

      A travel blog entry by littlenat on Oct 08, 2011

      5 comments, 2 photos

      ... over the mountain and the coast - it was amazing and once I got over the nerves, I was just in awe. We took lots of pictures and I have a mini video in the air too - I promise I will upload as soon as I get a chance :)

      Right, Im about to check in for my marathon flight to Sydney where I stop over for the night and then onto Fiji. All in all, I dont get there until Monday night so that gives you some idea of my travelling time haha! I ...

      Days 214-219 - Highs and Lows in the City of Gold

      A travel blog entry by robandjenny on Sep 07, 2010

      16 photos

      ... almost, and a lovely lady decided to buy it without even looking under the bonnet or giving it a test drive. Got a reasonable price for it and when she finally drove the car (to take us from one bank to another so we could deposit the cash) she was a bit miffed and spotted several problems straight away! Felt a bit guilty, even though we had never lied to her and even pointed out a couple of problems that she seemed to dismiss.

      And so, we ...

      The (other) Big City

      A travel blog entry by timandbright on May 25, 2010

      Arriving in Johannesburg was easy - Justin picked us up and took us around a bit.
      We got lunch at a filling station that also sold fresh cuts of meat, which we took outside to brai, and ate with pap (nsima, more or less). We don't remember much of the afternoon - but there was a nap involved.

      We got a tour of the University where Justin is getting his degree - Witwatersrand - which is really impressive. We got a chance to see the Origins Museum there - ...