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I am so exhausted at 3 pm here at the hotel. We have until 5pm before we go out again. I feel as though I could sleep the rest of the night.
Walked around JoBurg a little and learned about the mining industry. Mostly of gold and diamonds. Lindsey, or guide (pictured), also told us about the union presence in ...
... as ferraris and Mercedes drove past. After a nap in the comfiest bed possible we headed out to Mandela square. Other than a giant statue of madiba in the square it was nothing more than a high class mall with stores like Gucci We changed the screen saver on some iPads at the apple store to selfies, then left. Back at the hotel we asked the concerierge to take us to authentic joburg something away from tourism, a place that showed us more of what ...
... tour. Krugersdorp Game Reserve is located in the West-rand and is where you can go to see four of the big five. There are over 9 000 km of road in Johannesburg of which all but 940 km are tarred. The Ben Schoeman or M1 highway between Jozi and Pretoria are the busiest. The city is connected by railway to all the main cities and ports in the sub- continent including Harare, Maputo, Durban, Richards ...
... of the artisans work while sitting there too. If you have a couple of hours, you can watch a small animal be shaped from beads and wire, or see how all those wood carvings get their final, glossy glow. Prices are probably high, but I was told over and over to negotiate.
Since the bank problem isn't resolved yet (!), all I could do was wander around and talk to the vendors. Very nice group of people, and we had some ...
First was the Apartheid museum, which impressed us all, we could have spent hours in there. The museum takes you through South Africa’s history from when the Dutch arrived, through segregation and apartheid, until today. It’s horrifying, and you can imagine the tearing up I did.
Woke up with puffy eyes, but psyched for our day. Today, we headed an hour out of town into the region ...