Ever Fare Lodge

Ever Fare Ave, 2004, Midrand, Gauteng, 2004, South Africa | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Midrand

South Africa - Johannesburg

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo


... it was only a temporary exhibition commemorating Mandela´s recent death (December 5, 2013). The exhibition was mainly focused on the release of Nelson Mandela after 27 years of imprisonment which led to the final negotiations for peace.

The museum also provided plenty of pictures helping us better understand and imagine the life of “non-whites” during the Apartheid Era. That part was really heartbreaking!

Before we left the museum we had a ...

Random Thoughts on Ultimate Africa 2013, Circuit 3

A travel blog entry by mfnjr


... mind our limited offering. Just be aware that if you have an unquenchable urge to do your Elvis impersonation, these evenings offer an opportunity.

We can provide some specific remarks about the camps where we stayed, but would not claim that, once we got there, they were in any way better or worse than whatever alternatives OAT arranged for other groups.

Chapungu/Thornybush on the pre-trip was the plushest of the lot, with both air ...


A travel blog entry by makaylaandjo


... and all that airport stuff and found our tour guard. His name was Aseil. He talked a lot which was good but my brain had trouble understanding what he said, although his English was good he just spoke to fast. We started with looking at the upperclass house, they actually looked good. We drove to a couple of different places like the hospital which has 180 thousand beds! Woah! We also saw the middle class houses, they were standard houses but good. After ...

Goodbye Africa

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley


... guide for the day who grew up in Soweto, he did not stop talking ALL day long. But he was full of interesting facts!

First up, a visit to the Carlton Tower. This is the tallest building in Africa, at 50 stories high and is know as the 'Top of Africa'. You could see pretty far - apparently across to Pretoria. However, was quite a lot of smog/mist. Just looked like any other city really! We drove past Gandhi Square, a central plaza, now used as a bus station.

I'll Toast to That

A travel blog entry by jetsettinglindz


... a very positive spin on everything. We started the tour off by driving through District 6. Most people have at least heard of it because of the movie, but the reality was really quite sad. One of the townships was previously located there but when it was zoned District 6 only whites were allowed to live there and everyone else was forced to move away. After the mass evacuation, the government ...


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