Garden Court Milpark
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... is a real eye opener. For starters it has an overall population of about 3m, over half Joburg's total population, and is apparently split into affluent, middle class and poor areas like anywhere else. So next door to a shanty town might be nice double story housing estates. The shanty town (which is huge) we walk into is literally right next door to the Freedom Charter Monument, which is a major tourist spot, so the state of the shanty town is confronting to say the least. ...
... my gym pants so I was sufficiently clothed for public. As an aside, I find no problems with nudity and am comfortable to remain so, I was always checked and double checked by my ex-husband when I left the house so as to not show any primary sex characteristics (a nice way of saying he was so possessive and controlling that he wouldnt let me be naked in the house or wear tight fitting clothing, he might as well have put me in a ...
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A day is 24 hours. 5,184,000 seconds one after the other. What those 24 hours contain is a different question entirely. Those hours may push you, stretch ...
Yesterday (Sunday) we all met for breakfast at 07:30, enjoying a few minutes in the sunlight to warm ourselves before going into the lakefront dining room.
We started the conference at 8:30. We couldn't figure out how to start the heater working at first, so the room was cold and we got proessively colder, adding layers of clothing until the break when we were able to get the heater ...
... nice lady's house. It is quite sobering to think that back home we are always wanting more stuff whereas people in this Soweto village got by with far fewer items. Apparently most of the corrugated iron homes were constructed in around 4 hours - Ikea eat your heart out - those 20 m2 Hagrenstrod flat pack homes take far too long to put up.
From this shanty town we sent to the street where Nelson Mandela and Bishop Desmond Tutu used to live - the only street in the world ...