City Lodge Sandton Katherine Street
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We have reached the last day of our holiday and what a great holiday it has been. We enjoy a buffet breakfast in the hotel and then wait for our tour guide to arrive. He is on time and introduces himself as Khuto, which apparently means peace maker. He proves to be another excellent guide and he speaks all 9 South African languages!
Our first stop is to pick up another client who is staying in a tiny guest house in the middle of Suburbia, quite a long way from Sandton. It ...
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Returning home was wonderful and yet, also saddening as Grade Ten Camp ...
... the apartheid state. The 1976 student uprising, also known as the Soweto Uprisings, began in Soweto and spread from there to the rest of the country. Other politically charged campaigns to have germinated in Soweto include the squatter movement of the 1940s and the defiance campaigns of the mid to late 1980s.
The two most residents of Soweto are Nelson Mandela and Bishop Desmond Tutu (who continues to live in the area)- two Nobel peace prize laureates, who once ...
... flight time we were allowed to move out to the 737. We were seated in row 2, and enjoyed the extra seat space and the nicer meal that was served to us with wine.
On arrival in Joburg entry formalities went more quickly since the lines were shorter that the first time we arrived. Morgen was waiting for us and drove us to the Flamingo’s Nest conference center in Johannesburg. We arrived in time for a drink with the pastors and ...
... severity and regularity of the storms. After half an hour off the astro we went back on for an hour working on short corners and realistic game plan scenarios. We returned to our accommodation to get changed into our number 1s of chinos, shirt and tie for the opening ceremony. The group had a great evening socialising with the other teams and enjoying the entertainment, they were also given African drums to use to keep up with the music and do a bit of team ...