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... the Southern Africa modellers magazine. These models have to be seen to be believed. It was about now that we simply "hit the wall". Ant took us back to Ian's and we had a beautiful long afternoon siesta. As I drifted off to sleep, I contemplated the amazing suburbs of Johannesburg. Everything seems functional, just like any other city in the world. On closer inspection you realise, that everything is tenuous, flexible and some what fragile. However, when you really look closely you ...
... tribes to the present day, mainly concentrating on the apartheid situation which finally ended with Nelson's release from prison in 1990. We then drove through Soweto, saw the stadium built for the soccer World Cup in 2010. In Soweto we visited the Hector Pieterson Museum which looked at the 1976 March by students in protest against some subjects being taught ...
... his car, so at least I will be able to drop him at work and be able to get out and about, viewing places etc. Tuesday: I drove Paul to work in anticipation of receiving a call from one of the agents to go and view a couple of properties she had advised us of, but after ringing her all day and sending messages she finally answered the phone at 5pm and said she no longer worked there, she had only mailed us 36 hours earlier, so I sent a mail to another contact and hope ...
... for a bit (from a safe distance) before making our way out of the park. There is still time, however, to spot a black backed jackal, which I think is amazing as I have never seen one in the wild before. Sun City is sort of a miniature Las Vegas in the middle of the South African countryside, with casinos, hotels, and other little attractions to visit. We would probably never go there apart from the fact that it is right outside of Pilansberg, so we ...
... to quite good, but it is not haute cuisine and doesn't match quantity. South African wine and local beer are available at meals, with the first glass sometimes "complimentary," otherwise at $3 or $4 per glass. Bottles are also available at what one can consider quite reasonable prices -- about $15 to $30. The camps also have variably stocked bars open for a good portion of each day. Drinks are only a few dollars.
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Other places to stay in Midrand
14th Street, Noordwyk Ext 20, Midrand | 4 star hotelfrom $72
Samrand, Sterling Street, Midrand | 3 star hotelfrom $71
31 Gallagher Avenue, Midrand | 3 star hotelfrom $65
Montrose Road, off Bekker Road, Midrand | Hotelfrom $63