Days Inn Constantia Park Roodepoort

Address: 14th Ave/Hendrik Potgieter St, Roodepoort, Gauteng, 1715, South Africa | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 14th Ave/Hendrik Potgieter St, Roodepoort, is near The Valley of Waves, Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, Kwena Crocodile Farm, and Kimberley Mine Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Roodepoort

Africa - Balule

A travel blog entry by kas19 on Nov 05, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... Our truck was very quiet and wove stealthily through the bush on narrow and very bumpy dirt trails. Ryan was the first to spot wildlife. Woosey stopped for only a few seconds as he said that we would see many on the drive. Probably a minute later we saw three zebras much closer than the one's we had observed earlier that day. We learned that one of the females was pregnant. We were sooo excited to see these animals so closely. Repeating "this is so awesome over ...

Johannesburg Day 2 of Business Visits

A travel blog entry by jenad on Jun 04, 2014

... walking on the streets as much as we did during our time in Johannesburg.

The JSE building was very attractive and modern. There isn't a ringing of the bell, but a huge computer screen. Anti climatic but still enjoyable. The first speaker reviews the history of the exchange. "Think globally, act locally" - the loyalty and local pride has been evident throughout all of our visits thus far. The next speaker has an infectious energy! She ...

Exploring South Africa

A travel blog entry by hannahgriffiths on Mar 27, 2014

7 photos

... and had an outside toilet. On the journey I also saw Nelson Mandela's house. Coffee Bay is a remote country village consisting of a few hostels and guest houses, a beach and a pizza restaurant, the rest being amazing green coastlines with paths along for trekking. We had to walk through the thigh deep river with our bags to get to our rondavel. In the evening, local kids danced and sang to traditional songs and the hostel next to us had a ...

Arrival in South Africa-continent No.6!

A travel blog entry by wotters on Jun 23, 2013

1 comment, 14 photos

... in some parts of the UK. But here the segregation of the different cultural groups (white, black, coloured and Indian) is still very much present. Immediately we felt very conscious of our skin colour. Obviously living in the UK and being white I have never personally been aware of racism towards me. Even where we used to get stared at or photographed in Asian countries like India we felt like a novelty item rather than being looked upon negatively. It's not a nice feeling ...

Biking through Soweto

A travel blog entry by ruthbarz on Sep 01, 2012

12 photos

... at the Hector Pieterson Museum. It was dedicated to a school child who was killed during the uprising in 1976. Our tour guide gave us a lot of history about apartheid and Soweto at the beginning of the tour. We saw the house where Nelson Mandela used to live with Winnie. It's now a museum and you can go inside, but we didn't. Right down the block we saw Tutu's family home. It is the only place in the world where two Nobel Peace ...