Days Inn Midrand

14th Street, Noordwyk Ext 20, 1685, Midrand, Gauteng, 1685, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 14th Street, Noordwyk Ext 20, 1685, Midrand.
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Travel Blogs from Midrand

Southern Africa

A travel blog entry by peterandjane on Jun 23, 2014

1 comment, 84 photos

... continue to live in fairly basic housing, including their traditional beehive grass huts. The climate is quite different to further south, and now find ourselves in a sub tropical environment, wearing shorts and sandals again, though still cold at night. Western Swaziland is high-veld, with central and eastern lands being plains of sugar cane, pineapple and other crops. Took ourselves off to a cultural village where locals ...

Soweto touring

A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Apr 11, 2014

... small rooms for 8 people. We were then taken into a crèche where there was over 30 children under 5 being cared for by 2 women in a very small 2 room corrugated shack. We finished this brief 25 minute walk and then were presented with the souvenir sellers who split up to take one tourist each and sold us some small stone carvings which we really didn’t want. We then went to an unusual restaurant in Soweto which was located at the base of 2 decommissioned coal power towers ...

15000 KM (South) Africa

A travel blog entry by markjoy on Oct 22, 2013

89 photos

... and I know there are also nets in the water at Durban for example. I can imagine these nets are a disaster for sharks and all the other sealife. Maybe we have to choose just not to swim out there!
The last days we spend on the Garden Route, a beautiful rough coastline with big bays and beaches. Places like Wilderness (a cute small town), Oudtshoorn (famous because of the Ostrich) and Plettenberg where we stayed in the lovely Abalone beach ...

South Africa

A travel blog entry by shama.damji on Apr 27, 2013

60 photos

... br> nothing more than a slum or shanty town without running water…this was
typically african and what I was expecting to see. But I found this very disturbing, the
dichotomy was too immense between the rich and the poor, and there was a
palpable undercurrent of dissatisfaction in some areas. In a country that is obviously wealthy, and
that has the infrastructure, knowledge and skills to provide healthy living
conditions ...

Over the tropic of capricorn

A travel blog entry by ian.jane on Apr 16, 2012

... A very nice old man who happily accepted a cold beer then wandered off, returning a few minutes later with a load of firewood for us. As the sunset approached the traffic increased… goats plus herders, belled cattle being driven home for the night, workers heading home from the fields. Our perfect camp side turned out to be no more than fifty yards from a sizable village. No-one bothered us… though we were a bit concerned as the old man asked us if we had a ...

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