Garden Court Morningside Sandton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... our tour guide, took us to see some of the highlights of this large South African city, and taught us a few things along the way. Mark was an interesting guide, as a white man in his late 50's or early 60's, he's seen a lot of change in his country, and seems happy about the fundamental change of apartheid. But he had to serve in the military during the riots of the 1970's, and has seen his fair share of strife on both sides.
Joburg was initially a ...
... to hear about Natalie’s new bub when she comes), having put on a few extra kilos, having made lots of wonderful memories, and having spent lots of quality time getting closer to family. We want to thank Dave and Louise again so much for having us stay – we really felt at home, and had such a lovely time with you both (and the dogs!). We look forward to our next visit, which we promise we will not leave another 11 years next time! I’m loving the idea of the family reunion in ...
We've made it! We survived the flood of tears generously bestowed on us by our poor mothers and after a long 14 hour flight we were both ready to get off the plane! Although not without one of us nearly forgetting their camera (no names mentioned) and one mid flight lost phone, (no names mentioned.) we have managed to reach the hotel ...
... of the big five but we still have all of tomorrow. Today we thought we would get up early (5am) to catch the cats with their breakfast, wrong again. It was raining and cold and for ages all we saw were baboon sitting all over the road. Eventually we decided to take another dirt road which ended up being a very long short cut. We did however come across herds of elephant. One cranky teen bull decided he would have a go at us, needless to say we both peed our pants. This turned out to be ...
... of the Orange Order tradition in Northern Ireland. The main entrance of the building leads into the dome, what they call, the Hall of Heroes. This massive space contains a marble frieze which consists of 27 panels depicting the history of the Great Trek, but incorporating references to every day life, work methods and religious beliefs of the Voortrekkers. The natives are depicted as barbaric. In the centre of the floor is a large circular opening through which the ...