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The Voortrekker Monument is located just south of Pretoria in South Africa. This massive granite structure is prominently located on a hilltop, and was raised to commemorate the ...
... attend school in the new year. Bit of coffee before headed off to town. From my Ethiopian coffee experience I now enjoy a macchiato. First time I asked for it was yesterday where the waiter was very concerned that I was buying a small cup of coffee for the same price as a bigger cup and today I get half a cup of coffee in a small cup with a smidgen of milk. I asked the waiter to fill it up and add a little more milk. She brings back a standard cup filled half ...
Although normally I disagree with petting wild animals, the park had strict no teasing, no provoking signs everywhere. We paid R60 (about $6 or £4) to spend five minutes with the three white lion cubs (about 2 months old). We were told we can stroke them but no picking them up etc. Referred to locally as 'bushveld ghosts' white lions were first spotted in South Africa in 1928, but firm proof of their existence wasn't obtained until 1975, when a litter with ...
... much closer so we could visit more often. Turns out the boys have a lot more of a passion for cooking than their dad, making flavours of food that I could not get enough of. How time flies when one is having fun, before we knew it the time had come for our departure.
The next morning we left the house with plans to see the Voortrekker monument, changing our mind upon seeing the line of cars making their way in. We had lunch at a local eatery while deciding what to do with ...
... the suburb then go around asking for the buses to there.
They are fast and cheap, not to mention some are rather dubious on safety features like seatbelts and brakes. To pay the drive you pass your money to the person in front who then passes to the next one until it gets to the front and if the person in the front knows what they are doing they will get the change and pass it back down, otherwise the driver does it. Similar to how it works ...