Southern Sun Katherine Street Sandton
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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Travel Blogs from Sandton
... that really was the only reason that I would've stayed) and went home. Gayle scored 57 and got 4 wickets but I was satisfied with my decision. Thanks a lot to the McDonic's for the great day out. And Max came third in rowing which was good too!
It was travelling home with Gus that I was informed that one of the main electricity suppliers to Joburg, a silo out in the country, had cracked and completely fallen down. In contrast to the other outages, ...
... visa which will expire on November 11, so by that time we get kicked out....unfortunately.
Time for plan C flying out! And we choosed for Madagascar. Lucky me because I've got this country/island already on my travelerswishlist for a quit looooong time!
So at the time we were back in Capetown and made these desicions we enjoyed the last 13 days in Capetown and around, before we head back again to Jo'burg to fly out on October 22nd.
... me a wrong turn off the highway into an area that seemed no my kind of place. This was immediately confirmed by a police checkpoint on the off-ramp that I got waved through (for being white). I managed to get navigate around the local streets to the museum, which I found shares a parking lot with a theme park.
The museum was well done, if a heavy on reading things on walls. The most informative parts were clips from TV of the era. Quite a ...
... Sandton. For some reason the sat nav wouldn't pick up for a long while, we had been given driving instructions specifically to avoid London Road and Alex, unless we wanted to be car jacked. Eventually picked up a signal, did a quick u turn, got to hotel after about 30 minutes, avoiding Alex. Checked in, hung shirts, headed for Mandela Square. Beer, food, beer, watched football, beer, food, ...
... could feel that we had left West Africa and we had returned to a 'normal' Western society.
As we shopped for traveling supplies, electronic luxuries and new books to read, we continued to feel the culture shock. It was unnatural for us to go into a shop and for that shop to have what we wanted. It was also unnatural for a waitress to understand what we meant when we asked for seperate bills. It was strange to feel underdressed while shopping. We were in Jo'burg and we ...