City Lodge Sandton Katherine Street
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... had landed in Johannesburg. JT had planned to rent a car and go shopping and bring it with them whilst Sam, Hannes and Emily got into the shuttle and set off on the 3 hour journey to Pilanesburg where the Black Rhino Game reserve was.
It was amazing to see the landscape change the further north we headed. As we left the J’berg suburbs and onto the main roads, this in turn led to roads in dire condition, full of potholes and surrounded by shack ...
We then went back to the main building got tea and cake before going on our afternoon activity. This was a drive through the bush up to ant's nest, the other lodge, to see the rhinos at feeding time. We saw lots of animals including some rhinos at feeding time. One of the babies was scared off by a warthog! After we got back we had a delicious dinner. We had delicious ...
... into 2 more hours… Not good at all. In the end, instead of landing at 5:30, it is close to midnight when we clear custom. At least, we have Monday to rest before school resumes on Tuesday...
This Cape Town trip was one of the best vacation ever. We enter now the final sprint of the school year, since we finish on June 7th. On the 8th, we will go explore Namibia, but before that, there is plenty to be lived...
... Joburg is the real South Africa, even with all of its manifold problems and that sterling reputation we all keep hearing about.
Fortunately, Joburg isn't all hip restaurants, choking traffic and electric fences--the next day I took a cycling tour of Soweto, Joburg's most prominent township where both Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu spent time. Soweto is potentially South Africa's largest township, with anywhere from two to four million ...
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