Fabz Estate Hotel
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... br> seen only as we dashed by. The reason for this rush was to be on time for the
tour in Gold Reef City down the mine. 75
meters down, the tour only scratched the surface of the multitude of mines
further down beneath the surface. The mine gave great insight into the
formation of society in the area, Johannesburg being primarily created due to
the gold rush. The mine tour over, we were free to enjoy the rest of ...
... At our first bar, we met a bachelorette party. Acting as a wingman for my buddies, I went to the bar to get a salt shaker for the bachelorette (they were playing one of those treasure hunt games). I felt a hand on my right thigh, and found a man grinning at me. Attempting to be as polite as possible, I thanked him for his flattery, but said no thanks. I also suspected he was trying to get my spot at the bar. I then felt a big grope on ...
... end to what has been an unforgettable time in South Africa. We woke up in the morning to clear blue skies and a clear table top and headed to Signal Hill trembling in anticipation (and maybe a few nerves)!! I didn’t want to get there too early as I knew sitting there watching everyone else paragliding would only heighten any nerves I might have. I have to admit, after watching the wind socket barely moving (ideal wind is 15-20km per hour) and then several failed attempts of ...
... fates that many African countries have suffered - civil war, massive white exodus, economic degradation and the like. Certainly a polarizing atmosphere of tension and distrust can be sensed in South Africa. The wounds are simply too fresh, the history too long, and the offenses too deep for it to be fixed overnight. However, as you meander up and down the streets of Johannesburg and gaze upon the economic advancement of the country, you can't help but ...
After the most amazing trip we finally arrived back home safely but very exhausted.
We were met by many excited parents and loved ones and we all spent a few hours after our arrival at the airport's spur to say our final goodbyes to our expedition leader, James, and to each other.
The trip may be over but we will never forget what we learnt from it.