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... Monument and the Union buildings.
The Voortrekker Monument was erected in the late 1930's to commemorate the journey that the Voortrekkers (Dutch meaning "those that pull ahead", i.e pioneers) took as they left Cape Colony in the 1830's to find more fertile farming land.
We walked the gardens of the Union Buildings, official seat of government. ...
... Lodge, which is close to Sun City and is in the Pilanesberg game reserve. It is a great place to stay and the price includes most of your food and a game drive for every night you stay.
The game drive late on Saturday evening was a fantastic experience - when I have visited this reserve before it has been hard to see more than one or two elephants. On this drive we came across a group of 20 elephants which included a mother and one month old baby ...
... cubs was observed at the Timbavati Game Reserve. It is believed that all white lions can trace their lineage back to Timbavati. These white lions are not albino as they do not have pink eyes. If the recessive gene, which is similar to the gene that causes red hair in humans, is present in both the male and female of a normal-coloured mating pair, there is a 25 percent chance their offspring will be white.
The cubs were super sleepy and it was rather ...
... was informed that the media said West street is “ too Western” - I laughed out oud at the ridiculousness of that! Crime is still very high – smash and grab at stop streets being a favorite – was told that even locking ones door is no guarantee as a sparkplug held in the palm of the hand does a great job of smashing the front windscreen so the perpetrator can lean in and grab a handbag, mobile phone or laptop. The challenge as a traveler ...
... Africa! A bizarre situation. In a desperation attempt we headed to the tourist office where we were told that SA rand was accepted in Zim anyway! Now a lot happier, we headed to a Parisian-style cafe for coffee and an amazing slice of chocolate cake. All in a day's work! Now we must eat before the sun sets - fun stuff, and an interesting change to pap!
For a little more, have a read of Michael's post at http://graceschoolza.wordpress.com .
Talk to you in Zim!