Days Inn Midrand
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... is extremely tight. The cash snacks on offer are... Well snacks. Nothing substantial beyond biltong takkies. No alcohol either. Oddly, the Fanta Orange is imported (or left over) from Belgium, causing a brief panic attack, due to the lack of luminous orange colorant that we're used to in Africa. There is no headrest to ...
... t seem to be an issue here. We arrived home safe and as we fell into bed and reflected on the day, we both decided to drink less tomorrow. Ps we have had requests for more photos to be added to blog. Unfortunately our small amount of mobile data is quickly eroding, so we need to be more careful. When we arrive at the hotel in Cape Town tomorrow, hopefully we'll have access to wifi and can upload a few photos then. Love you guys and always love getting your messages and ...
... they can sense their awesomeness. He shared his trademark pickup line which reportedly has a 60% success rate. He walks up to a girl in a bar and says "you're attractive and cool. Want to hang out?". Granted in the world of pick up lines, there are many worse ones I can imagine. He also launched into an argument about how black people are all scientifically more fit and cut. Other people at the party suggested he look around for the percentage of fit black people in Joburg (it's not ...
Off we go at 9:30 for the Airport at Victoria Falls. We were a little late getting to the car so we were scolded by the driver. This time we had another couple in the Van an Indian chap Raj and his delightful daughter Shimanee. Raj was anxious to get going. I made appropriate apologies for being late and enquired what time their flight left. Turns out they are on the same flight as ours back to J'burg and it leaves at three this afternoon. ****, it is only an hour and ...
... and children must, if possible, be prevented from coming
to the Rand (Leyds, 1964:291-92).”
In 1902, ZAR was annexed by the British Empire and the Peace of Vereeniging was signed. The South African War left the bulk of the Transvaal population homeless, poor and destitute and
paving the way for urbanization, cheap labour and the extensive control of
mining rights by foreigners.
During 1910, Lord Milner, governor of the Union government ...
Other places to stay in Midrand
14th Street, Noordwyk Ext 20, Midrand | 4 star hotelfrom $72
Jiangdong District, Midrand | 3 star hotelfrom $19
31 Gallagher Avenue, Midrand | 3 star hotelfrom $65
Montrose Road, off Bekker Road, Midrand | Hotelfrom $63
Cnr. Old Pretoria Road and K101 Street, Midrand | Hotelfrom $45