Hotel Villa Toscania
Travel Blogs from Johannesburg
... I got to see some pictures of some giraffes that his customers shot and things like that. It left a sad feelings in my stomach but I guess it was a good experience to learn more about the hunting industry in Africa. I learned a lot more, but because I have so much to write about I won’t waste anymore time talking about our flight over with Jay. After many, many hours we landed in Johannesburg aka JOBURG where our journey began!
... afterwards. Phenomenal.
Seriously one of the best days ever. Megan, Cassie and I made it to Yoga in Emmarentia Botanical Gardens in the morning - Megan nailed a headstand, I managed left and right full splits, and Cassie was generally amazing - after which we met up with Caterina and had delicious delicious breakfast at Croft and Co in Parkview. I'm pretty sure they cook their tomatoes in crack; they're absolutely amazing. After a spot of sunbathing, we ...
... I have “wings “ I am free to go wherever I want. Visit my friends at the farm, in the lowfeld and plan a trip via Botswana to Vic Falls for New Years.
Looking fwd to overheat my camera over Botswana. Out of Africa 2.0
After my checkride I was invited for a Braai with aviation friends. Another lovely evening in Johannesburg.
Power is still on.
And, I am desperately waiting for my golfclubs.
Johannesburg is one BIG golfcourse!
... you even have a guest house for those who wish to wet their wanderlust in this small and vibrant land.
However, everything is not right. Despite feeling elation, your heart is troubled, for this house and view reminds you of those you wish you could share it with. After all, even world travelers have a home, and its hard to pull the heart away. You have someone who is always with you, and He shows himself through in these times ...
... a surprisingly confident looking young man of about 17 years, and he took his seating place amongst the men under the Acacia bushes..After several more bouts of bloody whipping the women decided to relax in a different part of the bushes allowing the men to start the boy painting ritual, which required some water and stones. When these were produced they all sat on the floor and started scrapping the stones together for the dyes and started painting each other. This ...