Fairlawns Boutique Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... of foreboding (thats just for the English teachers)... no there wasn't any foreboding but there was a tremendous storm, with really loud thunder and lightening strikes. Standing in the rain, awaiting my lift, I found the clouds really interesting ( #cloudappreciation :P) and I was thrown back to the good old days at Old Bar. The power emergency was full in swing although, writing this on Friday, we still haven't had any power cuts. It seems that the Silber's power works best ...
... a visit to Sun City with a trip to the game reserve (and it has a Nando's for lunch, yay). Sun City is also home to the worlds fastest zip line (it used to be the tallest and the longest at 2km as well, but it is still the fastest). I had done it before, but it was quite a lot of fun so I decide to do it again. Gen decides she would rather go swimming in the water park instead. We also have a go at the maze that they have here. For some reason ...
... washboard, and generally slow. The aforementioned "African massage" is therefore truly a three-dimensional experience -- side to side, up and down, forward and back. Those with sensitive joints or backs will often become quite sore and uncomfortable. The game drives are usually at a fairly slow pace to scan the surrounding bush for animals, but some drives into and out of the camps are faster, more hectic, and close to punishing. There is no option other than to ...
... financial district of Johannesburg. The hotel was connected to a large shopping mall that had everything and our room looked down on Nelson Mandela Square. The mall and the area we stayed was the go-to part of Sandton. Unfortunately we didn't have much time to venture out. We did have a couple great meals near at Nelson Mandela Square and the value was great.
My mom and I had a full ...
... fired live ammunition at them.
We visited Kliptown, a shanty town, which was what I had expected all of Soweto to be like, and we were invited into a private home/shack where a young woman and her toddler and baby lived. They share community toilets (port-a-loos), but everyone seemed to have mobile phones, which they charge by tapping into the electricity. There was loud music blaring away as well. I ...